Sentence with the word admitted
So she *admitted* she cheated w/o realizing she had admitted it.
Actually, Ma's approval rating in Taipei has plummeted 22 points in recent polls, the 1992 consensus was exposed as a fiction when the legislator who coined the term admitted he made it up -- there is no 1992 consensus.
Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin admitted Friday that he is “in the dark” about the national health care bill currently under construction by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
Her party, she admitted, is working hard to polish its public image, and is fighting through the courts to be removed from the watchlist of Germany's Office for the Protection of the Constitution, which has the movement under surveillance for its anti-foreigner rhetoric.
MR. GOWDY: The vast majority allow it and they have for some time, and we believe that the fact that it has been allowed for so long and imposed so rarely, as the States themselves have admitted, is — is strong evidence of societal consensus.
Well, just a few weeks ago the Obama admin admitted that the website was not giving out the correct information: they had left out many different areas in which the stimulus money was being spent (seriously, how does buying condoms to distribute in homeless shelters stimulate the economy?) and they had messed up on their jobs saved numbers as well - in fact, they had over-estimated by over 60,000 jobs.
I fail to see how it could possibly just be to reaffirm what RTD has admitted is a mistake.
Anyone that says that the current demostrations are not about racism to a larger degree then admitted is either stupid, ignorant or literally has their head in the sand.
Under oath Palin admitted she thought hacking was that someone had coughed on her cell phone.
McCain admitted, "I've always done whatever's necessary to win."
Sanford again admitted, "I did wrong and failed at the largest of levels."
McCain admitted he's uneducated on the economy, and it really shows now and when he erratically "suspended" his campaign.
While there is a certain admitted punchiness to this piece, there is embedded within that a number of very important and pertinent considerations and criticisms and I have determined to simply repost it in full.
LOS ANGELES — Billionaire Kirk Kerkorian agreed Friday to pay more than $10 million in back child support plus $100,000 a month for a child his ex-wife has admitted is not his biological daughter.
Therefore, what Al has in effect admitted is something we all knew — that is, that these agencies and contractors and the tormentors at Guantanamo engaged in torture.
Martin admitted that he shot Leighton, a Sinclair supporter, but claimed it was in self-defense.
Another regular who had been making fun of Biden's use of the entirely correct term admitted that she had learned the previous night that the term was indeed entirely correct, but that "it's too funny not to mock him" for, uh, using a word with which she was unfamiliar; a couple of other commenters expressed similar sentiments.
After a little time they decided that the call admitted all delegates.
The sacrament of baptism was regularly administered by the bishop himself, with his assistant clergy, in the cathedral church of the diocese, during the fifty days between the solemn festivals of Easter and Pentecost; and this holy term admitted a numerous band of infants and adult persons into the bosom of the church.
The sacrament of baptism  was regularly administered by the bishop himself, with his assistant clergy, in the cathedral church of the diocese, during the fifty days between the solemn festivals of Easter and Pentecost; and this holy term admitted a numerous band of infants and adult persons into the bosom of the church.
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- acquitted, committed, emitted, fitted, knitted
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