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admitted

adjective accepted, acknowledged, allowed, approved, avowed, believed, conceded, confessed, credited, granted, prescriptive, professed, received, trusted, undoubted, unquestioned
Associated concepts: admitted and marked as an exhibit, additted culpability, admitted into evidence, admitted wrongdoing
See also: allowed, prescriptive, sound, uncontested
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A&E departments have a target that 95 per cent of patients should not wait longer than four hours before being admitted, discharged or transferred.
Anthony Lucid, 27, of Honeysuckle Drive, Aldermans Green, admitted driving without insurance, driving without a licence and possession of cannabis.
Fletcher, of Downall Green Road, Ashton, had previously denied all the charges but at a pre-trial hearing he changed his pleas and also admitted a total of six offences of being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs.
Shane Hay, 23, of Harris Avenue in Cardiff, admitted stealing.
In fact, all nine students from Calvary who applied to UC this year were accepted for admission, and well over 75 percent of applicants have been admitted over the last four years.
As of year-end 2004, AIG Life Group's admitted assets were approximately $327 billion, up about 17.5% from year-end 2003, while the admitted assets of Metropolitan Life & Affiliated Cos.
These patients had been admitted with SARS to 4 different hospitals in Hong Kong, including North District Hospital and hospitals A and B, which were located in the same geographic cluster as North District Hospital, as well as hospital C, which was geographically distant from the other 3 hospitals.
A significantly larger percentage of children were admitted than adults (5.7 vs.
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.
In fact, California state law mandates that only the top 12.5% 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.S Tax Court's predecessor.
A majority of the level III (79.4%) and level IV (89.5%) administrators who had admitted deinstitutionalized elders reported having experienced severe problems with them.