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visit

International law the right of an officer of a belligerent state to stop and search neutral ships in war to verify their nationality and ascertain whether they carry contraband

visit

(programming)
To process a node while traversing a graph.

visit

To access a Web site. See visitor and unique visitors.
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She had been ill in bed for several days and her son had not come to visit her.
Now, upon his father's marriage, it was very generally proposed, as a most proper attention, that the visit should take place.
But they would have been improved by some share of his frankness and warmth; and her visit was long enough to detract something from their first admiration, by shewing that, though perfectly well-bred, she was reserved, cold, and had nothing to say for herself beyond the most common-place inquiry or remark.
His ordinary habits of life are secret and retired; he seldom visits, or receives company.
However, about ten days before their death, which they seldom fail in computing, they return the visits that have been made them by those who are nearest in the neighbourhood, being carried in a convenient sledge drawn by YAHOOS; which vehicle they use, not only upon this occasion, but when they grow old, upon long journeys, or when they are lamed by any accident: and therefore when the dying HOUYHNHNMS return those visits, they take a solemn leave of their friends, as if they were going to some remote part of the country, where they designed to pass the rest of their lives.
During this period Tarzan came several times to visit Paulvitch.
Let us visit them," said the inspector with an air of fatigue.
Sir William and Lady Lucas are determined to go, merely on that account, for in general, you know, they visit no newcomers.
cried D'Artagnan, "the cardinal is about to visit the Comte de la Fere?
Eliot, in company with three others, whose names are not mentioned, having implored the divine blessing on the undertaking, made his first visit to the Indians on the 28th of October, 1646 at a place afterwards called Nonantum; a spot that has the honor of being the first on which a civilized and Christian settlement of Indians was effected within the English colonies of North America.
The passages from Sketches from Memory show that Hawthorne had visited the mountains in one of his occasional rambles from home, but there are no entries in his Note Books which give accounts of such a visit.
Augusta, the sister of Edward was on a visit to her when we arrived.