Visitation Definition

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1. A nation at war has the right of visitation of the neutral ships. 1
2. A white New York woman gave birth to a black couple's baby in 1998 after an embryo mix-up that set off a two-year court fight between the couples over visitation rights. 1
3. By visitation of the monastic and parish churches within their dioceses, the bishops heard what was going on. 1
4. Compared with ADO , the way of visitation to data in ADO. 1
5. Disease is not sent by God . It is not a visitation of Providence. 1
6. During a visitation, an urn with the pet’s ashes is displayed or the body is viewed before being sent to the crematory or cemetery. 1
7. For the most part Kilwardby lavished his attention on his clerical subjects, conducting visitations of suffragans' dioceses and holding frequent clerical synods. 1
8. From the angle of childrens benefits, visitation right is different from parental right and guardian right. 1
9. He also made speeches, stating that only the best leaders should be sent on this important visitation. 1
10. House-to-house visitation has been carried on, under the regulations of the General Board of Health. 1
11. However, it is not very perfect, especially lacking the regulation on whether parents en joy the visitation right and whether it can be given up. 1
12. I had visitation rights. 1
13. I hope to get maquette visitation rights. 1
14. I mean establishing consumer visitation rights, far beyond an 800 - number and a standard website. 1
15. In 1236, following a long legal battle, he secured visitation rights over the monks of Coventry. 1
16. In the amendment of marriage law is established the system of visitation right, with makes up a gap in the marriage Law. 1
17. In the cool light of this brighter day it was hard to conceive of it as a visitation of demons. 1
18. In the legal provisions, visitation right is parent's right when not acquiring direct fostering right after their divorce. 1
19. In this paper, the models for predicting motion and visitation frequency of the contaminant plumes emanating from the diffuser of the sea outfall in coastal waters are examined. 1
20. Incredulous crowds watched this visitation from the outer world, marching through the streets. 1
21. Instead of rivets there came an invasion, an infliction, and a visitation. 1
22. It looks like a battle ground or a visitation of plague; and indeed, it is something of both of these. 1
23. KJV Thou hast granted me life and favour, and thy visitation hath preserved my spirit. 1
24. Methods With the method of stratified and cluster sampling, a questionnaire for the specific technicist of prevention and cure of AIDS and a visitation for the leaders in county area were carried out. 1
25. On May 13, 1917 three young shepherd children reported a visitation from the Virgin Mary. 1
26. Plagues were for merly regarded as a visitation of God. 1
27. She is seeking more liberal visitation with her daughter. 1
28. The best of them is as a brier: the most upright is sharper than a thorn hedge: the day of thy watchmen and thy visitation cometh; now shall be their perplexity. 1
29. The church visitors were intensely embarrassed shortly after we had agreed to have door-to-door visitation for a forthcoming town mission. 1
30. The commissioner made visitations to all the precinct stations. 1




visitations (plural noun) · the Visitation (noun)

  - (in church use) an official visit of inspection, especially one by a bishop to a church in the bishop's diocese.

  - the appearance of a divine or supernatural being.

  - a disaster or difficulty regarded as a divine punishment.


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