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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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That's to say, I don't admit it's being either good or possible.
I can't see where philosophy comes in," said Sergey Ivanovitch, in a tone, Levin fancied, as though he did not admit his brother's right to talk about philosophy.
But to be a town councilor and discuss how many dustmen are needed, and how chimneys shall be constructed in the town in which I don't live--to serve on a jury and try a peasant who's stolen a flitch of bacon, and listen for six hours at a stretch to all sorts of jabber from the counsel for the defense and the prosecution, and the president cross-examining my old half-witted Alioshka, 'Do you admit, prisoner in the dock, the fact of the removal of the
We have now completed a survey of the structure and powers of the executive department, which, I have endeavored to show, combines, as far as republican principles will admit, all the requisites to energy.
I suppose that I should be ashamed to admit it, but it's the truth.
In rapid succession recently, we've seen several large districts admit that dropouts are a major problem.
Yale implemented its legacy preference first, in 1925-spelling it out in a memo four years later: The school would admit "Yale sons of good character and reasonably good record .
There is no auction or "wait and see" when selling tickets or buying tickets with Admit One.
The committee, which meets seven or eight times a year, reviews the applications and determines, with no regard to the applicant's athletic ability, whether UCLA should admit that student, according to associate athletic director Marc Dellins.
However, 73 percent talk on cell phones, only 16 percent drive at or below the speed limit, and 38 percent admit they have driven a certain distance without any recollection of doing so.