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ADMITArterial Disease Multiple Intervention Trial (study)
ADMITAerosol Drug Management Improvement Team (asthma inhalers)
ADMITAce Digital Media Institute of Technology (training school; Clarksville, MD)
ADMITAnalytical Detection Methods for the Irradiation Treatment
ADMITAssociation of Developers of Managers in Information Technology (Pegasus software; UK)
ADMITAutomatic Differentiation and MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) Interface Toolbox (software)
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It is by themselves changing that substances admit contrary qualities.
But it is by reason of the modification which takes place within the substance itself that a substance is said to be capable of admitting contrary qualities; for a substance admits within itself either disease or health, whiteness or blackness.
If you admit that it is a benefit," said Sergey Ivanovitch, "then, as an honest man, you cannot help caring about it and sympathizing with the movement, and so wishing to work for it.
But I still do not admit this movement to be just," said Konstantin Levin, reddening a little.
They admit that a multitude of forms, which till lately they themselves thought were special creations, and which are still thus looked at by the majority of naturalists, and which consequently have every external characteristic feature of true species,--they admit that these have been produced by variation, but they refuse to extend the same view to other and very slightly different forms.
In short, we shall have to treat species in the same manner as those naturalists treat genera, who admit that genera are merely artificial combinations made for convenience.
If we do NOT know them all--if Nature has still secrets in the deeps for us, nothing is more conformable to reason than to admit the existence of fishes, or cetaceans of other kinds, or even of new species, of an organisation formed to inhabit the strata inaccessible to soundings, and which an accident of some sort has brought at long intervals to the upper level of the ocean.
If, on the contrary, we DO know all living kinds, we must necessarily seek for the animal in question amongst those marine beings already classed; and, in that case, I should be disposed to admit the existence of a gigantic narwhal.
Except some cavils about the power of convening either house of the legislature, and that of receiving ambassadors, no objection has been made to this class of authorities; nor could they possibly admit of any.
I admit that he would be worth waiting for, this superman of yours," laughed the captain.