from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of readmitting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Allowance to enter again; a second admission.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Permission to enter again; readmission.
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If that “emotional partner” ends up being a fun-loving gay, I hope we will gain readmittance to Jennifer Raum’s welcoming table.
A spokesman for His Holiness defended the readmittance of Bishop Williamson, saying that it was nice for the Pope to have 'someone around who understands him'.
A decision to allow Zelaya back into Honduras may help the country gain readmittance into the Organization of American States.
The hospitals that have the highest rate of infections and unnecessary readmittance will lose Medicare funding.
Now he hopes the school can gain readmittance into the state system, effectively thwarting the desire of the county council to close it.
However, Chinchilla has told Honduran leader Lobo that she supports his country's readmittance.
It was, in the way the imagination of the public sometimes works, possible that it would end their hated exile to the left and gain them readmittance to the parade of Normal Life.
Do we deny U.S. citizens readmittance to the United States just because they might have been infected by a virus somewhere else?
She deserves full exoneration, readmittance to the state bar, and to be able again to represent society's most unwanted who need her advocacy and remain hopeful.
These aren't the gentle leftisms of a New Age multiculturalist, but the sentiments of a woman whose husband-right around the time they both applied for readmittance to the party-boasted of having invited Trotsky to Mexico just so he could be rubbed out.