Job growth will not be addressed by removing a ban that protects the welfare and dignity of a population of people.
And so it was on Monday, when the pope addressed reporters traveling with him home to Vatican City.
Yet in the end, he has simply not addressed some enormous, looming crises.
On the third day of violence, President Bush addressed the nation in a televised appearance from the Oval Office.
It also indicates that Team Romney realizes this issue matters and must be addressed in the campaign.
The sailors were then sent aft, and Decatur addressed them from the quarter-deck.
Haley drew near, and heard Captain Rushton addressed as Mr. Smith.
He can only be addressed with periphrases and in the third person.
He addressed also a letter to Dubosq through the newspapers.
It was addressed to him, and an odd feature of it was that the letters were all printed.
early 14c., "to guide or direct," from Old French adrecier "go straight toward; straighten, set right; point, direct" (13c.), from Vulgar Latin *addirectiare "make straight," from Latin ad "to" (see ad-) + *directiare, from Latin directus "straight, direct" (see direct (v.)). Late 14c. as "to set in order, repair, correct." Meaning "to write as a destination on a written message" is from mid-15c. Meaning "to direct spoken words (to someone)" is from late 15c. Related: Addressed; addressing.
1530s, "dutiful or courteous approach," from address (v.) and from French adresse. Sense of "formal speech" is from 1751. Sense of "superscription of a letter" is from 1712 and led to the meaning "place of residence" (1888).