mode of address

  • 1 mode of address — form/mode/term/of address phrase the name or title that you give someone when you speak or write to them informal modes of address Thesaurus: general words for names, and types of namehyponym to name, or to have a particular name …

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  • 2 address — 1 noun 1 (C) the number of the building and the name of the street and town etc where someone lives or works, especially when written on a letter or package: I wrote the wrong address on the envelope. | change of address: Please notify us of any… …

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  • 3 mode — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ normal, traditional, usual ▪ preferred ▪ Walking was his preferred mode of travel. ▪ default ▪ …

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  • 4 Address resolution protocol — Pour les articles homonymes, voir ARP. Pile de protocoles 7 • Application 6 • …

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  • 5 Mode X — is an alternative video graphics display mode of the IBM VGA graphics hardware that was popularized by Michael Abrash, first published in July 1991 in Dr. Dobb s Journal, republished in chapters 47 49 of Abrash s Graphics Programming Black Book… …

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  • 6 Mode 13h — Default VGA 256 color palette Mode 13h is the IBM VGA BIOS mode number for a specific standard 256 color mode on IBM s VGA graphics hardware. It features a resolution of 320×200 pixels[1] and was used extensively in computer games and… …

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  • 7 address — ad|dress1 W2S2 [əˈdres US əˈdres, ˈædres] n 1.) the details of the place where someone lives or works, that you use to send them letters, emails etc ▪ Please write your name and address on a postcard. ▪ What s your new address? ▪ I can give you… …

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  • 8 address — ad|dress1 [ ə dres, ædres ] noun count *** 1. ) the name of the place where you live or work, including the house or office number and the name of the street, area, and town. It may also include a set of numbers, called a zip code in American… …

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  • 9 address — I UK [əˈdres] / US / US [ˈædres] noun [countable] Word forms address : singular address plural addresses *** 1) the name of the place where you live or work, including the house or office number and the name of the street, area, and town. It may… …

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  • 10 Mode S — Sekundärradar der Deutschen Flugsicherung (DFS) mit LVA Antenne (bei Neubrandenburg/ Mecklenburg Vorpommern) …

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  • 11 Physical Address Extension — In computing, Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature to allow (32 bit) x86 processors to access a physical address space (including random access memory and memory mapped devices) larger than 4 gigabytes. First implemented in the Intel… …

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  • 12 Memory address — A digital computer s memory, more specifically main memory, consists of many memory locations, each having a memory address, a number, analogous to a street address, at which computer programs store (except when the address is in mask ROM) and… …

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  • 13 Dual-mode vehicle — For other types of Hybrid Transportation , see Hybrid vehicle. See also Global Hybrid Cooperation for the General Motors/DaimlerChrysler/BMW hybrid vehicle technology often called Dual Mode A dual mode vehicle is a vehicle that can run on… …

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  • 14 Protected mode — This article is about an x86 processor mode. For Internet Explorer Protected Mode, see Mandatory Integrity Control. x86 processor modes Mode First supported Real mode Intel 8086 8080 emulation mode NEC …

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  • 15 Addressing mode — Addressing modes are an aspect of the instruction set architecture in most central processing unit (CPU) designs. The various addressing modes that are defined in a given instruction set architecture define how machine language instructions in… …

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  • 16 Promiscuous mode — In computing, promiscuous mode or promisc mode is a configuration of a network card that makes the card pass all traffic it receives to the central processing unit rather than just packets addressed to it a feature normally used for packet… …

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  • 17 Column Address Strobe — Dieser Artikel beschreibt den DRAM Chip. Für das mit diesen Chips aufgebaute DRAM Modul (ugs.: Speicherriegel), siehe Artikel Speichermodul. Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), oder der halb eingedeutschte Begriff Dynamisches RAM, bezeichnet… …

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  • 18 Row Address Strobe — Dieser Artikel beschreibt den DRAM Chip. Für das mit diesen Chips aufgebaute DRAM Modul (ugs.: Speicherriegel), siehe Artikel Speichermodul. Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), oder der halb eingedeutschte Begriff Dynamisches RAM, bezeichnet… …

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  • 19 DOS Protected Mode Interface — In computing, the DOS Protected Mode Interface (DPMI) is a specification introduced in 1989 which allows a DOS program to run in protected mode, giving access to many features of the processor not available in real mode. It was initially… …

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  • 20 Network address translation — NAT redirects here. For other uses, see Nat (disambiguation). In computer networking, network address translation (NAT) is the process of modifying IP address information in IP packet headers while in transit across a traffic routing device. The… …

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