not admitted

References in classic literature ?
For commonly they are not admitted, but with examination, whether they be likely or no.
But let us consider: Have we not admitted that the rulers may be mistaken about their own interest in what they command, and also that to obey them is justice?
We were not admitted to this room, and in the store it was as cold as out-of-doors.
May it not happen, in fine, that the minority of CITIZENS may become a majority of PERSONS, by the accession of alien residents, of a casual concourse of adventurers, or of those whom the constitution of the State has not admitted to the rights of suffrage?
Guppy, "though one of those circumstances that do fall in the way of us professional men--which I may call myself, for though not admitted, yet I have had a present of my articles made to me by Kenge and Carboy, on my mother's advancing from the principal of her little income the money for the stamp, which comes heavy--that I have encountered the person who lived as servant with the lady who brought Miss Summerson up before Mr.
Preliminary or transmitted in a different context of Messe Berlin GmbH documents are not admitted to the rating of the participation application.
Another AM sponsored by a PPPP lawmaker regarding the demise of 10 passengers in Dadu, reportedly due to electrocution, was not admitted as the Chair ruled to consider it in the next sitting.
RAMALLAH, March 20, 2012 ' Contrary to earlier reports that Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike for 34 straight days Hana Shalabi was transferred to hospital following deterioration in her health, she was not admitted to hospital, three Palestinian and Israeli human rights organizations said Tuesday.
Liability for these injuries was not admitted by the hospital.
He was not admitted to hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Officials with Caruso Affiliated could not be reached for comment Wednesday, but the court order stated the Los Angeles-based developer has not admitted they had confidential information or had obtained it through "improper means.
Any adaptation not admitted in the norms requires such study and approval I do not know if such has been done and approved by the Holy See, but suspect that it has not, in which case it is gravely illicit for it to replace an entire, ancient and significant rite of the Liturgy.