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Sentence count:58+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-20Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: inadmissibleSimilar words: permissibleadmissionpossibleimpossibleaccessibleinexpressibleas soon as possiblemissionMeaning: [əd'mɪsəbl]  adj. deserving to be admitted. 
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1, The court ruled that the evidence was admissible.
2, Convictions will rise steeply now photographic evidence is admissible.
3, The claim was not admissible under the current policy.
4, The judge ruled that new evidence was admissible.
5, Photographs are usually admissible evidence provided it can be proved that they are authentic.
6, A tape recording properly authenticated can be admissible.
7, Breadth-first search is admissible, i.e. guaranteed to find the highest scoring path through the graph.
8, The judge ruled that the documents were admissible, and this appeal is basically against that ruling.
9, Again, is parliamentary material admissible in support of an argument for an alternative construction?
10, With admissible or near-admissible algorithms the search can end as soon as a spanning hypothesis has been found.
11, If the Commission thinks the case admissible and worth proceeding with, it sees if it can achieve a friendly settlement.
12, Parliamentary material is admissible where the legislation is ambiguous, uncertain or leads to an absurdity.
13, It was simply not admissible that something as blatantly solid as a rock could have come from the heavens.
14, For hearsay evidence to be admissible in proceedings in the magistrates' court the proceedings have to be family proceedings.
15, Confessions made during this period are admissible and often devastating.
16, Contextual parliamentary material is only admissible to the extent necessary to understand parliamentary statements establishing parliamentary intent.
17, Do either of you have evidence that is admissible?
18, These candidates will now be admissible under the criteria.
19, Maximum admissible operating temperature of conductor is 70 ℃.
20, He is admissible to the Bar.
21, Such behaviour is not admissible among our staff.
22, Hearsay is not admissible evidence in court.
23, He is still bickering with the control tower over admissible approach routes.
24, This usually occurred indirectly,( but none the less effectively introducing this information which Parliament had tried to rule out as admissible evidence.
25, Thereafter section 433 of the Act of 1986 renders the evidence admissible.
26, Most speech systems have used variations on these two types of admissible search algorithm.
27, Conclusions Thus it does appear that the search space can be such that an admissible algorithm will perform in an excessively breadth-first manner.
28, Government lawyers said the case was neither merited nor admissible.
29, The earlier in the legislative history of the provision the admissible statement is found obviously the greater this task becomes.
30, However, if certain conditions hold, it can be shown that the algorithm is near admissible.
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