The word greeting is a noun. Greeting means (1) (usually plural) an acknowledgment or expression of good will (especially on meeting).
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word greeting.
Browse this greeting cards manufacturer directory for information about greeting card manufacturers in the United States. The illustration on this page is a greeting card design.
Flickr, a Canadian company, was launched in 2004. It is a popular site for photo sharing. In addition, it is used by bloggers as a photo repository. Users can use Flickr to produce customized greeting cards, stamps, photo albums, and calendars. Flickr provides numerous ways for users to organize and categorize their photos. Users can also view photos in many different categories.
Java is a Sun Microsystems product. The website lists the products which include animated greeting cards, games, screen savers and more. The site is also for developers to showcase their products, and the site also offers tips and and contests.
The following articles provide recent greeting-related news.
French President Emmanuel Macron greeted three ex-hostages as they arrived on French soil Saturday, one day after a pre-dawn military operation freed them in Burkina Faso
ABC News. Saturday, 11 May 2019 12:50:30 -0400.
Writer and French resident Janet Hulstrand explains how the casual clothes and greeting styles of Brits and Americans can be perceived as an insult in France. But it's up to foreigners to learn the French rules.
The Local. Friday, 12 Apr 2019 17:46:15 +0200.
HONG KONG (AFP) - Across much of Britain's former Asian colonies, many are greeting the UK's impending departure from the European Union with a mixture of bafflement, apathy, amusement - and a touch of schadenfreude.
Straits Times. Thursday, 04 Apr 2019 13:46:18 +0800.
The number of female solo travelers has skyrocketed, but amid Instagram-worthy escapades are tales of violence and death, raising questions about how the world is greeting women who travel alone.
Megan Specia and Tariro Mzezewa. New York Times. Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019 09:05:20 GMT.
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