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Admits

A popular "short form" for the number of admissions to hospital, including outpatient and inpatient facilities.

admits

Hospital care The number of admissions to a hospital including outpatient and inpatient facilities. See Admission.
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I admit that he would be worth waiting for, this superman of yours," laughed the captain.
I suppose that I should be ashamed to admit it, but it's the truth.
I quite admit that he has written it in his old regimental manner, with an equal disregard for style and decency.
As to the article, prince," he said, "I admit that I wrote it, in spite of the severe criticism of my poor friend, in whom I always overlook many things because of his unfortunate state of health.
Well, in a way that is in the public interest; you will admit that yourself, and after all one cannot overlook a blatant fact.
I admit you are right there, but it was involuntary, and I immediately said to myself that my personal feelings had nothing to do with it,-- that if I thought it right to satisfy the demands of Mr.
According to my calculations, the sum spent on me was very considerably under ten thousand roubles, but I decided on that sum, and you must admit that in paying a debt I could not offer Mr.
Yes, I admit it," said Levin without thinking, and he was conscious immediately that he had said what he did not think.
If you admit that it is a benefit," said Sergey Ivanovitch, "then, as an honest man, you cannot help caring about it and sympathizing with the movement, and so wishing to work for it.
But I still do not admit this movement to be just," said Konstantin Levin, reddening a little.
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.