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Synonyms for admission

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for admission

the state of being allowed entry

the right to enter or make use of

the act of admitting to something

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Synonyms for admission

the act of admitting someone to enter

an acknowledgment of the truth of something

the right to enter

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After this event and his father's public admittal to being a Baha'i, "the village started to get a reputation for its Baha'is," Baha remembers.
Binge drinking is high and Halton has the second highest admittal rate for alcohol problems.
Douglas was allowed to bypass the usual admittal procedure and drove directly into the private doctors' gated car park.
given by a military commander of disproportional use of force by the army in response to peaceful demonstrations, as well as police admittal of systematic violations of Palestinian minors' rights during police interrogations During the course of Tamimi's trial, new evidence has emerged, including first hand verification , when a police interrogator who questioned both material witnesses against Tamimi, said on the stand that in his 25 years as an officer, he cannot recall a single time in which a Palestinian minor was allowed the presence of his parents during questioning.
Flow-statistics (entries) Front-door 247 2813 2838 1827 Back-door 702 87 306 597 All forms of EM 972 2900 3144 2424 Prisoners (admittals) 3397 4824 6602 8581 EM-% of prisoners 28.6 60.1 47.6 28.2 EM/pop 17.6 50.9 60.5 24.5 B.