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put a wrong address on


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The council had sent out notices to stop the fireplace from being used unless and until it was fixed, but it misaddressed one of the notices and failed to take any follow-up action.
In the past month, some people who missed their deadlines have claimed everything from "It must have gone into your spam filter" to "You must have misaddressed the message because I never got it.
The USPS simply destroys misaddressed mail, so profit-draining address data problems can go undetected for years.
He said: "When the document was delivered, the recipient, recognising it had been misaddressed, simply put it back in the post to be returned to sender.
Presumably the resistible wife and the obnoxious husband did not exchange misaddressed mail over the breakfast table.
I wrote to you last month but I'm afraid that my letters were misaddressed.
He cannot easily "awaken the dead" (Benjamin 257), for the Packard's journey is itself an allegory of the Dead Letter Office; that is, of the sealed and stagnant space where the Dead family's misaddressed desires fester and die.
Postal workers deliver more than 15 million misaddressed letters a week.
Displacement often carries the pathos of misaddressed letters.
See Rest, supra note 3, at 325 (stating that an intercepted or misaddressed email may result in "danger .
Misaddressed 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.
Information may be left on a computer screen where it can be seen by a passerby, or email or FAX messages may be misaddressed.
They failed to do this, and their attorney secretary accidentally misaddressed the notice.
About the only security-related problem we've encountered has come from misaddressed messages being sent to the wrong person.
I also re-mailed an accidentally misaddressed letter to Steven Brill, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of American Lawyer Media, owner of Legal Times: "I don't know whether you care--give a damn--about how executives of your publications treat freelancers.