Meaning Admission
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n. a statement made by a party to a lawsuit or a criminal defenda...
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Entry. As a patient admission (into a hospital). The opposite of admission in this context is discharge.
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Oral or written statement tending to link its maker to involvement in a particular crime. 
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early 15c., "acceptance, reception, approval," from Latin admissionem (nominative admissio) "a letting in," noun of action from past participle stem of admittere (see admit). Meani [..]
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Admission is the process by which a person has been issued a formal offer to enrol for a particular program in a particular academic year, and the offer has been formally accepted. Offers are made by: [..]
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1) One side's statement that certain facts are true, or failure to respond to certain allegations, in response to a request from the other side during pretrial discovery. 2) An out-of-court state [..]
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Acceptance by a hospital or other healthcare facility of a patient who is to be provided with room, board, and continuous nursing service in an area of the hospital or facility where patients generall [..]
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An admission to hospital. In this report, the term hospitalisation
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the act of admitting someone to enter; "the surgery was performed on his second admission to the clinic" an acknowledgment of the truth of something entrance fee: the fee cha [..]
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entrance, confession
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noun. The operation of enrolling someone into a therapy program, treatment care facility, or other institution for medical or psychological care and perspective.
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Authorised entry to an award or non-award course.
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1 : the act or process of admitting [ into evidence] 2 a : a party's acknowledgment that a fact or statement is true NOTE: In civil cases admissions are often agreed to and offered in writing to [..]
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Definition - The process of applying and being accepted by CNM (as opposed to registering for a particular course). Read more.
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hospital inpatient care for any medical condition.
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The formal acceptance by an institution of a patient who is to be provided with room, board, continuous nursing service, and other institutional services while lodged in the institution.
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The term admission has the following meanings:
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(n) the act of admitting someone to enter(n) an acknowledgment of the truth of something(n) the fee charged for admission(n) the right to enter
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Being allowed into an institution, faculty or program once the entrance requirements are met. Some admission is limited by spaces available, and by selection criteria.
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Being allowed into an institution, faculty or program once the entrance requirements are met. Some admission is limited by spaces available, and by selection criteria.
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Admission is when the institution gives a place to a student, to allow a person allowing them entrance to undertake a course of study at the institution.
Source: studyinaustralia.gov.au

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Entry to an award program or non-award study at the University.
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When a prospective student meets entry requirements, and a place is available, they will be admitted into a course.
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A student is granted admission when it has been confirmed that he/she is eligible to enrol to study in degree level qualification(s) offered by Victoria University of Wellington.
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As an open university, AU admits students 16 years of age or older. Students under 16 years of age may be admitted with special consideration by petitioning Coordinator, Enrolment Services. See Admissions.
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Acceptance to a school, college or university.
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Admission is the process of applying to study at Western Sydney University. The process includes applying and accepting an offer to study. After accepting an offer to study, students must complete the [..]
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College admission is the process of applying and being accepted for enrollment in a college or university.
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   The process of becoming officially recognized as a student.  Once admitted to a particular institution, you do not have to go through this process again unless you step out from [..]
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The voluntary acknowledgement of the existence of fact facts relevant to an adversary’s case. (Compare Confession)
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Admission refers either to admission to the University or to a specific paper or programme. Apart from a few special circumstances, a person must have a university entrance qualification (normally on [..]
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The process of applying to study at the University that incorporates having your application considered.
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n. admisión
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n. admisión libre
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The name given to the committee used in some states (in other states not using the term ARD, they are called IEP teams or IEP committees) that is responsible for the development and review of a child’ [..]
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Entry to a particular program or institution that is formally granted by the institution after a student meets set requirements.
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Admission is when an alien is allowed into the country with a nonimmigrant or immigrant status following USCIS inspection at a port of entry. For nonimmigrant status, an I-94 card will be issued to in [..]
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The process of accepting Patients. The concept includes Patients accepted for medical and Nursing Care in a Hospital or other Health care institution.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Your entry into a medical facility as a registered inpatient according to the rules and regulations of that facility. Your admission ends when you are discharged or released from the facility.
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A statement tending to establish the guilt or liability of the person making the statement.
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Saying that certain facts are true. But not saying you are guilty. (Compare with confession.)
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  Confession of a charge, an error, or a crime; acknowledgment.
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The voluntary acknowledgement of the existence of fact facts relevant to an adversary’s case. (Compare Confession)
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Confession of a charge, an error, or a crime; acknowledgment.
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n. a statement made by a party to a lawsuit or a criminal defendant, usually prior to trial, that certain facts are true. An admission is not to be confused with a confession of blame or guilt, but ad [..]
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An indication by a criminal defendant that some particular fact is true. Note that an admission may be very limited, such as a nod during an interrogatgion.  A confession
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<administration> The process of selecting applicants, based on agreed entry criteria and being permitted to enrol in an academic programme offered by the University. (14 Jan 2009)
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ADMISSION Approval to register in a program of study at the University. Admission is valid only for the session indicated on the offer and is void if not followed by registration. For more information, visit the future students section of our website.
Source: uottawa.ca

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Formal recognition as a student in the university.
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Being accepted (to study at university).
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The process of application, assessment, offer, acceptance, and matriculation.
Source: policies.anu.edu.au

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Tickets 12/8€ Under 18 year-olds free. Free admission on the first Friday of the month.
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The process of being allowed to enter a degree program.
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n. a statement made by a party to a lawsuit or a criminal defendant, usually prior to trial, that certain facts are true. An admission is not to be confused with a confession of blame or guilt, but ad [..]
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The act or practice of admitting. * '''2012''', Caroline Davies, ''Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce they are expecting first baby'' (in ''The Guardian'', 3 December 2012)[http://www.guardian. [..]
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An admission in the law of evidence is a prior statement by an adverse party which can be admitted into evidence over a hearsay objection. In general, admissions are admissible in criminal and civil c [..]
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Admission may refer to:
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Admission is a 2013 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Paul Weitz and starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd. The film was released in the United States and Canada on March 22, 2013. It is an ad [..]
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