Deborah Wasserman Schultz did, too, possibly misaddress
and then sent to her as the return addressee.
We cannot risk our people's security to misaddress
the problem of bureaucratic inefficiency," he said.
Similarly, she writes to Violet Dickinson in 1906, "My Violet, /When you write you only use a few oaths, and misaddress
your letter, and make hieroglyphics--so what is the use of pretending that we can correspond?" (L1 221).
The celebrated awkwardness [maladresse] of philosophy--its misaddress
[maladresse]--is in its essence, the non-address, the absence of address.
E-mail: Another major problem with e-mail is the potential to misaddress
or incorrectly forward or send an e-mail to an inappropriate party.
It was love at first sight, however, and Walter and Alma soon embarked on a passionate clandestine affair, which Gropius exposed to Mahler through an infamously misaddressed
Because public health discourse persistently appeals to a misconstrued public, public health misaddresses
its audience in significant but amendable ways.
Mr Holder's misaddressed
package was sent to her Florida office - and a bomb squad unit aided by firefighters raced to as the growing danger emerged..
The amended Comment accompanying the rule states that a "document or electronically stored information is inadvertently sent when it is accidentally transmitted, such as when an email or letter is misaddressed
or a document or electronically stored information is accidentally included with information that was intentionally transmitted."
The malware also misaddresses
users to fake websites or proxy servers.
A spokesman for Aventa said: "As has been confirmed to David Davies before, invoices were misaddressed
in a minor administrative oversight and did not result in any public money being spent on gardening bills."
Moreover, if an email containing sensitive information is mistakenly replied-all or misaddressed
, the information could fall into the wrong hands.