Some articles on admit, admits:
... All 16 old colleges and 8 of the 15 new ones admit both male and female students as both undergraduates and postgraduates, without any age restrictions ... Seven colleges, all new, restrict entry by sex or age, or admit only postgraduates three admit only women (Murray Edwards, Newnham and Lucy Cavendish) of these, one admits only women who are ... aged 21 or older, or postgraduates (Lucy Cavendish) two admit only postgraduates (Clare Hall and Darwin) three admit both male and female students, but only those ...
... public penance for instance, the decision of Callixtus (Tertullian, "De pudic.", i) to admit adulterers, that of St. 56) to admit the lapsi or apostates, although the Council of Elvira (about 300, Can. 1, 6, 8, etc.) still refused to admit very great sinners ...
... Plant Hill refusing to re-admit a former pupil who they claimed was too far behind in his GCSE studies to catch up ... The LEA had ordered Plant Hill Arts College to admit the schoolboy after he was refused entry, but the school appealed to the Secretary of State Alan Johnson, who decided against forcing them to comply ...
... was the first law fraternity to admit members of all races, creeds, colors, religions and national origins ... It was also the first law fraternity to admit women ... is the only law fraternity to admit undergraduate students interested in the law ...
... I Admit was the Romanian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Sanda ... She sings "I admit I fell for you so badly" and makes other similar admissions, while also telling him how good it feels to be in love ... On to Our Love" "Stronger Every Minute" "For Real" " I Admit " "It Hurts" Semi-final only "Takes 2 to Tango" "My Galileo" "Celebrate" "Dziesma par laimi" "Leha'ami ...
More definitions of "admit":
- (verb): Allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of.
Example: "Admit someone to the profession"
Synonyms: let in, include
- (verb): Give access or entrance to.
Example: "The French doors admit onto the yard"
- (verb): Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of.
- (verb): Serve as a means of entrance.
Example: "This ticket will admit one adult to the show"
- (verb): Allow to enter; grant entry to.
Example: "We cannot admit non-members into our club"
Synonyms: allow in, let in, intromit
- (verb): Afford possibility.
Famous quotes containing the word admit:
“The insolence of base minds in success is boundless; and would scarce admit of a comparison, did not they themselves furnish us with one in the degrees of their abjection when evil returns upon them.”
—Laurence Sterne (17131768)
“A right rule for a club would be, Admit no man whose presence excludes any one topic. It requires people who are not surprised and shocked, who do and let do, and let be, who sink trifles, and know solid values, and who take a great deal for granted.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The inference is, that God has restated the superiority of the West. God always does like that when a thousand white people surround one dark one. Dark people are always bad when they do not admit the Divine Plan like that. A certain Javanese man who sticks up for Indonesian Independence is very lowdown by the papers, and suspected of being a Japanese puppet.”
—Zora Neale Hurston (18911960)