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“Is this an official visit of some kind, Ms. Rutgers?”
Emily Moli - Fiji Television: Sir this is your first official visit to Fiji.
Just as Holbrooke was making his first official visit to the region, eight Taliban fighters carrying AK-47s and wearing explosive vests mounted simultaneous attacks on several government buildings in Kabul, including the Ministry of Justice and the Prisons Department, spraying gunfire indiscriminately and killing at least twenty.
I landed with the missionaries, several of my officers, and some marines to act as an escort, and paid an official visit to this gentleman, who was called the caimakam, or chief magistrate.
When Colonel George Deas—an old inspector of the United States army—made an official visit to Harper's Ferry, he had noted the alertness of a handsome, spirited young cavalryman, small but vigorous, who was commanding Jackson's mounted outposts.
In all probability Mrs. Flinders would have been allowed to proceed to Port Jackson unchallenged but for the unlucky circumstance that, when the commissioners of the Admiralty paid an official visit of inspection to the ship, she was seen “seated in the captain's cabin without her bonnet.”