A visit is where a person, or people, goes to either see someone or a place. It can refer to many things:
- a visitation
- a state visit
- a conjugal visit
Visit may also refer to:
- US-VISIT, a U.S. immigration and border management system
- Constable Visit, a fictional character from the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett
In computer science:
- VisIt, interactive parallel visualization and analysis software
Other articles related to "visit":
... invited Jenkins to join him on a trip to visit family in Sarasota ... but Jenkins' sister had left on a family visit herself, so the friend took him on to Tampa, where Jenkins knew a man who managed a laundry ... The new owner chose not to visit his new property, so Jenkins decided to visit him to talk about the future ...
... The first major event in Ó Fiaich's cardinalate was the first ever papal visit to Ireland after 1,400 years of Christianity from 29 September to 1 October 1979 by Pope John ... The Troubles to end their activities, and this was followed by a visit to the Marian Shrine at Knock, County Mayo ...
... Following his 2006 visit to Thailand as Crown Prince, the King has been immensely popular in Thailand ... visiting Bhutan has increased steadily since the visit ... In November 2011, the King with Queen Jetsun made a state visit to Japan they were the first state guests to Japan since the 2011 earthquake ...
... Visit filters which are used by Web log analysis software include or exclude all the data in a visit session ...
... During the visit of the United States Navy's Great White Fleet on its around-the-world voyage, Kashima was part of the escort fleet through Japanese ... ship Katori in escorting Crown Prince Hirohito in his visit to various European nations, the first such visit ever for a Japanese crown prince ...
Famous quotes containing the word visit:
“Even the simple act that we call going to visit a person of our acquaintance is in part an intellectual act. We fill the physical appearance of the person we see with all the notions we have about him, and in the totality of our impressions about him, these notions play the most important role.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“When I visit again some haunt of my youth, I am glad to find that nature wears so well. The landscape is indeed something real, and solid, and sincere, and I have not put my foot through it yet.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Madam, or sir, would you visit on the butterfly the sins of the caterpillar?”
—Herman Melville (18191891)