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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 website. See visitor and unique visitors.
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It was only a small colony that visited us to- night or we would have had more trouble.
At another time her affections were deeply engaged by a young gentleman who visited a lady on a neighboring plantation.
Right so came they to be known of all the world by reason of these holy austerities, and visited by rich and poor, and reverenced.
We visited the principal church, also--a curious old structure, with a towerlike spire adorned with all sorts of grotesque images.
The king he visited around in the evening, and sweetened everybody up, and made himself ever so friendly; and he give out the idea that his congrega- tion over in England would be in a sweat about him, so he must hurry and settle up the estate right away and leave for home.
Percy Driscoll slept well the night he saved his house minions from going down the river, but no wink of sleep visited Roxy's eyes.
All the news that could be gained was that remotenesses of the cavern were being ransacked that had never been visited before; that every corner and crevice was going to be thoroughly searched; that wherever one wandered through the maze of passages, lights were to be seen flitting hither and thither in the distance, and shoutings and pistol- shots sent their hollow reverberations to the ear down the sombre aisles.
He had formerly visited at Stanhill, but it was too long for his young cousins to remember him.
Financial Statement | Third Week in January Place Visited, | Perform ances, Newark
During this time they are much visited by their friends, because they cannot go abroad with their usual ease and satisfaction.
Tarzan visited Akut the following day, but though Jack begged to be allowed to accompany him he was refused.
The inspector visited, one after another, the cells and dungeons of several of the prisoners, whose good behavior or stupidity recommended them to the clemency of the government.