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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of visa.


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  • No doubt the guest worker provisions are particularly onerous; nonetheless, with a new Z-visaed or legal immigrant, you still have a worker who is taking what is for him a pay RAISE that undercuts the prevailing wage.

    Matthew Yglesias » Downward Spiral

  • I was almost arrested because I had not bothered to have my card visaed in two years and I carried English coins in my pocket.


  • Mr. Fogg and his servant went ashore at Aden to have the passport again visaed; Fix, unobserved, followed them.

    Around the World in 80 Days

  • Presently one of the passengers, after vigorously pushing his way through the importunate crowd of porters, came up to him and politely asked if he could point out the English consulate, at the same time showing a passport which he wished to have visaed.

    Around the World in 80 Days

  • “Well, my friend,” said the detective, coming up with him, “is your passport visaed?”

    Around the World in 80 Days

  • We took our passport to the commandant, who visaed them readily, and told us he'd do his best to get us transport.


  • When the Belgrade police visaed my passport for the last time they bade me a friendly farewell.

    Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle

  • From Whittaker's Almanac I learnt that all passports must be visaed at the Serbian Legation and thither I hastened.

    Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle

  • Mine had been visaed at Ragusa for Mostar, and Gosdanovich had the Russian passport, which is freely accorded to all Montenegrins.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist

  • On Monday, November 22nd, the secretary came to me and ordered me to provide passports, duly _visaed_, for The Salève party -- seven in all, myself included.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, December 15, 1920


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