Virtual address refers to an address identifying a virtual, i.e. non-physical, entity.
Kidd grew up in Oakland, and his St. Joseph's of Alameda team was a virtual unknown entity when he enrolled as a 15-year-old.
What is the appropriate response as your armies move from physical entities to virtual entities?
The Etoys system is based on the idea of programmable virtual entities behaving on the computer screen.
An agent is a virtual (or physical) autonomous entity that has an understanding of its environment and acts upon it.
This virtual entity is a kernel data structure that is not externally visible to the system administrator.
Where virtual entities achieve the level of artificial consciousness, they could be downloaded from one simulation to another, or even archived and resurrected at a later date.
So collegiate football and basketball became virtual commercial entities.
The notion that in the cyber-age the state will, or should, disappear or become some virtual entity - "Look, ma, no atoms!"
Symbolic culture is an environment of virtual entities lacking counterparts in the real world.