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Visa   Listen
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Visa  n.  A written stamp or document obtained by a citizen of one country from the proper authorities of another country, denoting that that person's passport has been examined, and that the person who bears the visa is permitted to enter or pass through the second country. It is usually in the form of an endorsement on the passport of the person seeking permission to enter a foreign country; however, in some cases a separate document is issued that does not create a mark in the passport. Same as Vise.






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"Visa" Quotes from Famous Books



... totum corpus in aquam mersit. Perseus dum circum litus volat, reditum eius exspectabat. Mare autem interea undique sanguine inficitur. Post breve tempus belua rursus caput sustulit; mox tamen a Perseo ictu graviore vulnerata est. Tum iterum se in undas mersit, neque postea visa est. ...
— Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles - A First Latin Reader • John Kirtland, ed.

... travelled without a passport, for accidents may always happen and even so near home as Paris identity papers may be useful. But I had never before sought a special visa. ...
— Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle • Durham M. Edith

... go straight from this office. You've a passport, I suppose; you won't need a visa for France, and from there you can find means to slip over. Have you got money on you? [Dancy nods]. We will see what we can do to stop ...
— Forsyte Saga • John Galsworthy

... glory of divine justice delighted, were so extreme as to fill us Christians with commiseration." The Genoese historian, Senarega, indeed admits that the measure savored of some slight degree of cruelty. "Res haec primo conspectu laudabilis visa est, quia decus nostrae Religionis respiceret, sed aliquantulum in se crudelitatis continere, si eos non belluas, sed homines a Deo creatos, consideravimus." De Rebus Genuensibus, apud Muratori, Rerum Ital. Script., tom. xxiv.— Illescas, Hist. Pontif., apud Paramo, De Origine Inquisitionis, ...
— The History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella The Catholic, V2 • William H. Prescott

... the visa—Geneva, Milan, Venice, Trieste, Delvino, Yanina. Will you believe the government of a republic, a kingdom, and an empire?" Albert cast his eyes on the passport, then raised them in astonishment to Beauchamp. "You have been to Yanina?" ...
— The Count of Monte Cristo • Alexandre Dumas, Pere



Words linked to "Visa" :   imprimatur, indorsement, approve, o.k., sanction, passport, endorse, endorsement, indorse, countenance



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