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1. Please address all letters to this office.
2. Do you still live at the same address?
3. The cheque was posted to your home address yesterday.
4. Do you want your address printed at the top of the letter?
5. He dialled 999 and stammered his name and address.
6. Please note my change of address.
7. We finally traced him to an address in Chicago.
8. Take me to this address, please.
9. I made the mistake of giving him my address.
10. They heckled him and interrupted his address with angry questions.
11. Please state your name,(Sentencedict.com) address and occupation.
12. Write your address in the top right-hand corner of the letter.
13. I'll forward any mail to your new address.
14. Please write us at the above address.
15. I'll give you my address and telephone number.
16. I scribbled his phone number in my address book.
17. Please write your full name and address below.
18. The President gave an address to the nation over the radio.
19. She scribbled the address on a little scrap of paper.
20. Dave made a note of her address and phone number.
21. I'd like to go to this address.
22. Tell me if you change your address.
23. There's a package here for a Miami Lakes address.
24. Write your name[sentencedict.com], address and telephone number in the blank spaces at the top of the page.
25. He hasn't written to me recently - perhaps he's lost my address.
26. I'll just look her phone number up in my address book.
27. For further information on the diet, write to us at this address.
28. I'll just take a note of your name and address.
29. She picked up the gauntlet in her incisive Keynote Address to the Conference.
30. I see from the postmark that this card was mailed from Mary's holiday address.
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