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admissible

Law (esp of evidence) capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law

admissible

(algorithm)
A description of a search algorithm that is guaranteed to find a minimal solution path before any other solution paths, if a solution exists. An example of an admissible search algorithm is A* search.
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When power, therefore, is placed in the hands of so small a number of men, as to admit of their interests and views being easily combined in a common enterprise, by an artful leader, it becomes more liable to abuse, and more dangerous when abused, than if it be lodged in the hands of one man; who, from the very circumstance of his being alone, will be more narrowly watched and more readily suspected, and who cannot unite so great a mass of influence as when he is associated with others.
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.
It is by themselves changing that substances admit contrary qualities.
It is a city, he admits in the Laws, for gods or the children of gods, not for men as they are.
I admit that he would be worth waiting for, this superman of yours," laughed the captain.
I quite admit that he has written it in his old regimental manner, with an equal disregard for style and decency.
Had he not told her, yes, told her to make a list, and not to admit anyone who was not on that list?
That the geological record is imperfect all will admit; but that it is imperfect to the degree which I require, few will be inclined to admit.
It's certainly unwise to admit any sort of responsibility for our actions, whose consequences we are never able to foresee," remarked Marlow by way of assent.
I will; and first tell me, Do you admit that it is just or subjects to obey their rulers?
only I admit it is slow for the laymen whose fate it sometimes is to sit by and listen.
Do you admit that education is a benefit for the people?