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admit

noun A popular term for a patient who has been admitted to a hospital or ward.
 
verb To arrange for a person’s admission into a hospital.

admit

noun A popular term for a Pt who has been admitted to a hospital or ward verb To arrange for a person's admission into a hospital
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Kallum Currie, 20, of Ashburton Road, Henley Green, admitted damaging eight cars.
TWO police officers have admitted being part of a gang who were involved in supplying steroids.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: * Robert Campbell, 41, of Planet Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff admitted failing to comply with a community order.
Naomi Schaefer Riley claims that the University of California admitted only 8 students through its "admission by exception" policy last year, when the number 0was actually more than 1,000 students ("Keeping Out the Christians," features, Summer 2006).
One day after former Fleishman-Hillard Vice President Monique Moret testified under immunity that she attended a meeting with defendants John Stodder and Doug Dowie in which Stodder admitted to an overbilling scheme, Moret admitted under cross-examination to giving government investigators incorrect information at least six times.
life insurance company based on admitted assets--overtaking the former leader, MetLife.
As part of an outbreak investigation, we explored potential factors contributing to the late recognition of SARS infections in a cohort of persons with SARS admitted to hospital X.
The ED/EA pools have simultaneously risen to 25 to 45 percent of the admitted pool at many of the selective colleges.
A significantly larger percentage of children were admitted than adults (5.
He has filled his narrative with individuals too, some unsung, some famous like Nelson Mandela and Pope John Paul II, who has often admitted his church's failures or asked forgiveness for them.
5% of graduating high school seniors are eligible to be admitted to a University of California (UC) campus.
Originally, attorneys and certified public accountants were admitted to practice before the Board of Tax Appeals, the U.