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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: ?I?IT?TION

digitation

digitation
(n.) A division into fingers or fingerlike processes; also, a fingerlike process.

licitation

licitation
(n.) The act of offering for sale to the highest bidder.

limitation

limitation
(v. t.) The act of limiting; the state or condition of being limited; as, the limitation of his authority was approved by the council.
(v. t.) That which limits; a restriction; a qualification; a restraining condition, defining circumstance, or qualifying conception; as, limitations of thought.
(v. t.) A certain precinct within which friars were allowed to beg, or exercise their functions; also, the time during which they were permitted to exercise their functions in such a district.
(v. t.) A limited time within or during which something is to be done.
(v. t.) A certain period limited by statute after which the claimant shall not enforce his claims by suit.
(v. t.) A settling of an estate or property by specific rules.
(v. t.) A restriction of power; as, a constitutional limitation.

visitation

visitation
(n.) The act of visiting, or the state of being visited; access for inspection or examination.
(n.) Specifically: The act of a superior or superintending officer who, in the discharge of his office, visits a corporation, college, etc., to examine into the manner in which it is conducted, and see that its laws and regulations are duly observed and executed; as, the visitation of a diocese by a bishop.
(n.) The object of a visit.
(n.) The act of a naval commander who visits, or enters on board, a vessel belonging to another nation, for the purpose of ascertaining her character and object, but without claiming or exercising a right of searching the vessel. It is, however, usually coupled with the right of search (see under Search), visitation being used for the purpose of search.
(n.) Special dispensation; communication of divine favor and goodness, or, more usually, of divine wrath and vengeance; retributive calamity; retribution; judgment.
(n.) A festival in honor of the visit of the Virgin Mary to Elisabeth, mother of John the Baptist, celebrated on the second of July.