guestbook

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guestbook

(ˈɡɛstˌbʊk)
n
1. a book in a museum, hotel, etc, in which a visitor can comment on his or her visit to that place
2. (Computer Science) a page on a website where visitors may leave messages or greetings
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Asif wrote a message in a condolence book at the French Embassy in presence of French Ambassador to Pakistan Martine Dorance.
Asif wrote a message in a condolence book at the French Embassy in Islamabad and observed a minute of silence alongside the staff in honour of the victims of the attack.
Anastasiades said he had sent a letter of condolences to the French president and would on Wednesday sign the condolence book at the residence of the French Ambassador in Nicosia.
RIYADH: The French Embassy here has opened an electronic condolence book for people in the Kingdom to sympathize with the victims of the terror attacks in Paris.
Diplomats, counsellors and consul-generals from many countries signed the condolence book in front of the garlanded image of former President of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, at the Consulate General of India in Dubai, while over 200 prominent Indian expatriates living in Dubai gathered at the consulate to pay their respects to the former president.
A condolence book at the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi's alongside the former president's picture enabled UAE residents to express their sorrow and pay their respects to Dr Kalam.
A condolence book will be opened at the Indian embassy on Wednesday and Thursday for Qatar residents to pay their respects to Dr Abdul Kalam.
The Advisor who visited the Saudi embassy here to sign the Condolence Book said the late Prince was a great friend and well-wisher of Pakistan.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The German Embassy in Ankara announced on Tuesday that a condolence book will be opened in honor of former German President Richard von Weiszacker for visitors to sign.
In the condolence book, Ban Ki-moon expressed deep sorrow for the loss of the late great leader, highlighting his appreciated efforts at the international arena.
CARTHAGE (TAP) - President Beji Cad Essebsi, on Monday, signed a condolence book at the residence of the French ambassador in Tunis, after the terrorist attack carried out, on January 7, against offices of the weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Nationalist Alastair Cranston even put in a claim for driving to even put in a claim for driving to sign the condolence book.