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ad·dress·er

also ad·dres·sor  (ə-drĕs′ər)
n.
One, such as a person or a machine, that addresses.
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And Bert touched the fringe of a number of trades in succession--draper's porter, chemist's boy, doctor's page, junior assistant gas-fitter, envelope addresser, milk-cart assistant, golf caddie, and at last helper in a bicycle shop.
Until the advent of the World Wide Web, which allows newspapers to publish online, many aspects of the newspaper, including editorials, were deemed formal, elaborated and abstract (Biber 1988; Wiredu 2012; Fosu 2016; Frimpong 2017) not only because they were written texts but also because there was no direct interaction between the addresser and the addressee.
Negative attitude and associated stigma to mental disorders and their management at PHC can impact the performance of primary care physicians and needs proper addresser. Positive attitude was reflected strongly as majority agreed that mental disorders have a high prevalence in society and such patients can be helped through early diagnosis and management.
Sakai writes that "Confession presumes a specific power relationship between the addresser and the addressee," one that identifies the person that must solicit forgiveness (Ichiro in this case) (245).
A full-fledged plan has been formulated for the parking space, addresser system and control room.
As a text always exists in a dynamic state to convey its message to different corners via different media, we can see from the complex perspective of polysystem that the relation between an addresser and an addressee (1) is not a simple one of influence, rather a complex dialogue or even a relation of mutual interference.
Hunston's classification of statements Theoretical framework for the evaluation of status: status and value (Hunston 2000, 187-189) Category Type Subtype Definition Informing The addresser asserts World-Creating that something Assumption should be taken as an assumption.
Address norms among African people have been used as a mode/vehicle of showing politeness, respect, the relationship between addresser and addressee as well as drawing attention or creation of a good pavement for communication to commence smoothly.
Leakage discrepancy constitutes a central theme in the literature that addresses interactions involving deception or lies (DePaulo & Bell, 1996) and can affect the credibility of the addresser (Zuckerman, DePaulo, & Rosenthal, 1981).
According to the communication diagram Roman Jakobson presented at a conference in 1958, for a message from an addresser to reach an addressee requires not only a contact (text, speech, smoke signals, etc.
In "Song of Myself," the respirational process of a single organism, which as such interconnects inside and outside, is extended to relations between entities, between addresser and addressee, speaker, poem and readers.
While addressing someone, the choice is made by a rough calculation of the relative power and solidarity between the addressee and the addresser. Thus, in a purely equal relation, with a high degree of solidarity, there is a possibility to use familiar forms of address.