return address


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Noun1.return address - the address of the sender of a letter or parcel indicating where it should be returned if it cannot be deliveredreturn address - the address of the sender of a letter or parcel indicating where it should be returned if it cannot be delivered
name and address, destination, address - written directions for finding some location; written on letters or packages that are to be delivered to that location
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Send your captioned old photographs to the address on the letters page with a return address on the back Share your Liverpool memories at http://blogs.
Then, in 2008, we received a Christmas card, with no return address.
You really should put a return address on these," the counter clerk said, very cordially.
He then mails the tapes to the next person on the list, "forgetting" to put his return address on the plain brown package.
This one is out of somewhere in Colorado, but hell if I know where because there is no return address in the zine.
The words were found on the return address of the package sent on Monday.
Include a return address, if you would like us to return them to you.
Those results should provide food for thought for business-to-business mailers who drop title-addressed, bulk-rate packages with envelope teaser, but no return address.
Items which have a return address are delivered back to the sender, but parcels that have no sender's details will be kept for six months to give customers a chance to track them down.
airshow visitors in Gainesville fill out cards to receive return address labels and have a chance to win a wooden replica of Panchito (bottom right).
This gnomic stand-in for legible text is punctuated by series of numbers or passages of German prose, black-and-white photographs, or stamped labels reminiscent of the return address and postmark on envelopes.
One of the most insidious Internet scams involves link alteration, whereby the return address in a Web page is sent to the hacker's site rather than to the legitimate site.