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- n. Archaic form of visitor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A visitor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as visitor.
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Hebron, is thought to be an act highly acceptable to the Deity, and to expiate many sins, while it entitles the visiter, at the same time, to the pratronage of the Prophet and the Patriarch in heaven: and it is said, that he who recites forty prayers in this mosque, will be delivered from hell-fire and torments after death.
Countrie (my visiter was a Northumbrian) than anything he had seen in the south.
He returned the pilgrim's gaze, but the imperfect light only showed him that his visiter was a stout old man, who wore the scallop - shell on his bonnet, as a token that he had passed the sea, and carried a palm branch in his hand, to show he had visited the Holy
After all, the wind only blows 30% of the time and the sun is a rare visiter in many parts of Northern Europe.
Parce que je vis près d'une plage, un amour pour visiter des montagnes.
A cette occasion nous lancons notre site Internet qui permettra à tout un chacun de visiter la première exposition virtuelle des meilleurs sites internet de la caraïbe francophone.
Pour que la muse vienne vous visiter, bousculer vos habitudes, avivez votre matinée!
"Death", as though it were a name, a summer visiter come to call.
I'm a regular visiter of your blog and enjoy reading your recipes.
We visiter an exhibition by Ernesto Neto the other day.