A person visiting a person or place, esp. socially or as a tourist
A member of a sports team on tour or playing away from home
A person with the right or duty of occasionally inspecting and reporting on a college or other academic institution
A migratory bird present in a locality for only part of the year
someone who visits
A Visitor, in United Kingdom law and history, is an overseer of an autonomous ecclesiastical or eleemosynary institution (i.e., a charitable institution set up for the perpetual distribution of the founder's alms and bounty), who can intervene in the internal affairs of that institution. ...
The first full length album by American artist onelinedrawing.
In object-oriented programming and software engineering, the visitor design pattern is a way of separating an algorithm from an object structure it operates on. ...
Season two of Smallville, an American television series developed by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, began airing on September 24, 2002, on The WB television network. ...
The Visitor (1979) is a psychological thriller film directed by Giulio Paradisi (Michael J. Paradise), based on a story by the Egyptian writer (and producer) Ovidio G. Assonitis. The film starred such names as John Huston, Shelley Winters, Mel Ferrer, Glenn Ford, and Sam Peckinpah. ...
The Visitor is a 2007 British short film directed by Dave Smith and starring Ciaran Griffiths and Conrad Westmaas.
(Visitors) The people who come to your web site.
(Visitors) The number of individuals who visit a particular website.
(1. Visitors) Any person accessing, browsing or otherwise using the Website, shall be deemed a "Visitor". To obtain full access to the Website and use the Services, a Visitor must become a registered user (“User”).
(VISITORS) Essential information for anyone visiting us
(Visitors) Aliens from other planets are often referred to as "visitors" on the show.
(Visitors) Any person visiting an attraction site for pleasure or any other purpose
(Visitors) Defined by a unique ID set in a visitor's cookies. Whenever the tracking code is executed, it looks for cookies on the browser set by the current domain. If they can't be found, new cookies with a new ID are set. ...
(Visitors) Individuals who are visiting the Laboratory for typically one week or less and are not engaged in Laboratory research or use of Laboratory facilities. Examples of visitors are:
(Visitors) No Mason is allowed to regard as a stranger or visitor any Brother Mason, even though he has no acquaintance with him, and even if he may be of some other religion, country or nationality.
(Visitors) Persons who scream for no reason upon parking in a stranger's driveway.
(Visitors) Please discuss with your homestay family their policy on visitors before inviting guests to visit you.
(Visitors) Thoreau writes about the visitors to his house. Among the 25 or 30 visitors is a young French-Canadian woodchopper, Alec Therien, whom Thoreau idealizes as approaching the ideal man, and a runaway slave, whom Thoreau helps on his journey to freedom in Canada.
(Visitors) Total number of people that visit an area during some unit of time, usually a year. Used by agencies to count visits to developed sites, trails, and backcountry.
(Visitors) Tracking the number of visitors to your site will give you an indication if your overall marketing efforts are succeeding. When conducting online marketing campaigns you should see spikes in web visits as a result of your activities. ...
(Visitors) should be minimised. Before entering the farm, they should put on an overall and boots that remain on the farm. They should also wash and disinfect their hands !
(Visitors) this is the section that allows you to analyze visitor behavior: who they are, which browsers they use, where they are. ...
(Visitors) users who visit our websites but do not necessarily register. Visitors come to our websites through a number of channels, including by being directed from affiliate websites, keyword searches through standard search engines and by word of mouth.
(visitors) Distinguished persons who are invited to the Speaker's gallery in the Chamber and recognized by the Speaker/President of the Senate.