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characterized by or allowing admission

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That the paper prints such low opinions is admissive of its complicity in promoting the yellow variant of journalism.
The lack of accent over Flores's raices has the opposite effect, namely, to smooth out that syncopation, consistent with a political project that, while admissive of the differences between Puerto Ricans and Chicanos, depends on the erasure of sexual difference.
(15.) Greece has always maintained that this is a purely legal dispute and therefore admissive only of a legal settlement, basing itself, inter alia, on the relevant findings of the I.C.J.
"The plague broke the deadlock, and allowed Europeans to rebuild their demographic and economic systems in ways more admissive of further development" (81).