ADMITS


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ADMITSAlcohol and Drug Management Information Tracking System
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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.
Yes, I admit it," said Levin without thinking, and he was conscious immediately that he had said what he did not think.
When they make them rightly, they make them agreeably to their interest; when they are mistaken, contrary to their interest; you admit that?
But the chief cause of our natural unwillingness to admit that one species has given birth to other and distinct species, is that we are always slow in admitting any great change of which we do not see the intermediate steps.
After all, may not another ground be taken on which this article of the Constitution will admit of a still more ready defense?
But how admit that the construction of this submarine boat had escaped the public eye?