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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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Admittedly, we were playing in Division Four this year while Cavan were promoted to Division One.
But also admittedly, maybe the best way to respect a dead state leader, no matter how controversial, involves not kicking out people who come to pay tribute.
Admittedly, there are those who work the system but they are in the minority.
The damsons are still deceptively solid but will no doubt ripen the second I'm not looking and admittedly the pigs are having to help me consume with the copious amounts of apples I have.
And as she drives off into the distance, with the many pound notes she's no doubt made from the show floating around after her, she leaves behind some other characters who have made the show the compulsive viewing it is - although admittedly now Jim Davidson's gone it's become a little less lively.
Admittedly, the hair, make-up and fashion ideas may not be appropriate for the office, but it should give true fashionistas some food for thought.
will defy any intelligent man to understand Islam and not love it." [4] At another point during the proceedings, he confidently informed an audience in its entirety that "false history has influenced your opinion of Islam." [237] Admittedly, this was likely truer in Webb's era than today, but such an approach nevertheless trivializes the significance and inevitability of religious disagreement.
6015(f) from liability arising from his wife's failure to report income she admittedly embezzled from her employer.
premiere of Alastair Marriott's well-crafted Tanglewood, a plotless ballet that seemed to find little spark from Ned Rorem's admittedly unsparky Violin Concerto.
Admittedly, the goal of and the means for achieving a vibrant diverse university are difficult and challenging.
also saw profound lessons, specifically for gay youths, in She-Ra and her admittedly fabulous transformation sequence.
Remittances are, admittedly, little more than welfare, representing only temporary relief.