universal resource locator


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universal resource locator

n.
URL.
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Noun1.universal resource locator - the address of a web page on the world wide webuniversal resource locator - the address of a web page on the world wide web
address, computer address, reference - (computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored
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Translations
adresse universelle
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* A lawyer referral service shall not have [any relationship with] [any financial contractual, or ownership interest in] a medical referral service or any person, group of persons, association, organization, or entity that specifically advertises in this state to accident victims or other prospective clients primarily for the purpose of a healthcare provider filing a claim of payment of treatment of an accident or injury victim and that uses a common phone number, universal resource locator (URL), or other form of shared contact.
NGO and IGO web sites located in foreign countries usually contain a .org or a .net somewhere in the universal resource locator (URL) before the final country domain designation.
Ideally, the website address (commonly referred to as its URL, or universal resource locator) will be known by users seeking a particular site.
Instead, they type the universal resource locator (URL) into their browser.

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