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  1. admissions

    In a military sense, the judge-advocate is authorized when he sees proper to admit what a prisoner expects to prove by absent witnesses.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of admissions in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

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    The numerical value of admissions in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of admissions in a Sentence

  1. Justice Department:

    The record evidence demonstrates that Harvard's race-based admissions process significantly disadvantages Asian-American applicants compared to applicants of other racial groups -- including both white applicants and applicants from other racial minority groups, the evidence, moreover, shows that Harvard provides no meaningful criteria to cabin its use of race ; uses a vague' personal rating' that harms Asian-American applicants' chances for admission and may be infected with racial bias ; engages in unlawful racial balancing ; and has never seriously considered race-neutral alternatives in its more than 45 years of using race to make admissions decisions.

  2. Susan Criss:

    In our trial, he had been recorded on the phone talking to his wife and friends, making a lot of admissions, and the state never used that, but he was aware that he had been recorded saying things that could implicate him in the murder that we were trying.

  3. Peter Hotez:

    That is really worrisome and as those numbers rise, we're seeing commensurate increases in the number of hospitalizations and ICU admissions, you get to the point where you overwhelm ICUs and that's when the mortality goes up.

  4. Eva Longoria:

    Huffman's lawyers argued that the sentencing guidelines in those cases were much higher and reserved for the mastermind of schemes, not mere participants. Prosecutors, meanwhile, had argued that universities and testing companies were the victims of the schemes, and the amount that parents paid should correspond to the penalties' severity.But US Probation and Pretrial Services, which prepares pre-sentence investigation reports for each defendant, has argued overall, that the universities and testing companies suffered no monetary harm, and the price of the parents' bribes is therefore not relevant to any sentences. Actress Felicity Huffman loved ones wrote letters of support to the judgeMacy and other loved ones submitted letters to Judge Indira Talwani on Huffman's behalf, pleading for leniency. Each letter outlined Huffman's loyalty and commitment to the writer — an attempt to show Actress Felicity Huffman role in the admissions scam was an outlier in Actress Felicity Huffman life. Macy also shed some light on the immediate aftermath of Huffman's early morning arrest by the FBI in March.Two days after the arrest, Macy wrote, their eldest daughter was headed for an audition at a school she had her heart set on — one that didn't require SAT scores. But when Actress Felicity Huffman got off the plane, the school emailed Actress Felicity Huffman, formally rescinding its audition invitation because of the scandal. Eva Longoria and other celebrities write letters of support for actress Felicity Huffman ahead of Eva Longoria sentencingMacy wrote Eva Longoria and other celebrities daughter.

  5. Robert Iuliano:

    Within its holistic admissions process, and as part of its effort to build a diverse class, Harvard College has demonstrated a strong record of recruiting and admitting Asian American students.

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