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1, He admitted causing a breach of the peace.
2, She admitted stealing the money from her employers.
3, He was admitted to the casualty ward.
4, She was admitted to hospital for observation.
5, No one but ticket-holders is admitted.
6, He admitted possessing and delivering counterfeit currency.
7, He has admitted to acting as a drug courier.
8, That man is not to be admitted.
9, All six men admitted conspiring to steal cars.
10, He freely admitted that he had taken bribes.
11, What percentage of the students are admitted to college?
12, He admitted paying bribes to police officers.
13, He has admitted committing several crimes,(http://sentencedict.com/admitted.html) including two murders.
14, He admitted all his mistakes.
15, They frankly admitted their responsibility.
16, In court, he admitted that he had committed bigamy.
17, The thief admitted his guilt to the police.
18, It looks that they'll be admitted to the fellowship.
19, 'I'm very nervous,' she admitted reluctantly.
20, He admitted that he'd made an error.
21, He frankly admitted his error.
22, The prime minister admitted that the crisis had been mishandled.
23, The appointment is now generally admitted to have been a mistake.
24, She admitted conspiring with her lover to murder her husband.
25, It was generally admitted that the government had acted too quickly.
26, After several attempts to untie the knot[Sentencedict.com], I admitted defeat and cut through it with a knife.
27, University teachers generally have admitted a lack of enthusiasm about their subjects.
28, The path was so narrow that it hardly admitted of two persons walking abreast.
29, Members will be admitted on presentation of a membership card.
30, When we faced her with all the evidence, she admitted the crime.
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