readmittance

readmittance

(ˌriːədˈmɪtəns)
n
the act or process of admitting someone or something again
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1992: Crystal Palace became the first foreign club to play in South Africa following the country's readmittance to Fifa after the years of isolation because of the nation's apartheid policies.
Two chapters in Leviticus discuss at length the laws guiding the diagnosis, separation, and ritual treatment (for readmittance into the camp) of a victim of tzara'at, a condition that can affect the body, garments and even houses.
With new lines of communication and an increased dialogue between patients and doctors, hospitals can hope to see lower rates of readmittance.
Nationally, the recidivism rate for all incarcerated youth averages 55% within one year of release (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006), with rates for youth with disabilities reported to be substantially higher (Bullis, Yovanoff, Mueller, & Havel, 2002); the readmittance rate of youth returning to alternative education programs and residential facilities is unknown.
The gravity of her conduct was such that the registrant's readmittance would not be in the interests of pupils or parents.
INTEGRITY Aberdeen chief executive Duncan Fraser confessed that his club will listen to the Red Army, who are almost 100 per cent against Rangers' readmittance.
Nursing education in relation to marijuana use should aim at increasing nursing students' and psychiatric nurses' insight about psychiatric patients' perceptions on the use of marijuana, in order to render appropriate and quality psychiatric nursing care and to reduce readmittance of psychiatric patients resulting from marijuana-induced psychosis.
It must be very distressing for those finding themselves in need of being readmitted possible because their condition had unavoidably worsened, maybe readmittance due to a hospital-acquired condition, or perhaps an error had occurred, and, perhaps in the care of the elderly, poor treatment in respect of badly organised rehabilitation and support packages.
Although Cyprian was against any ready readmittance of penitent lapsi to communion, he supported Comelius's reconciliation of Troilus.
This unique structure of Cigna's holistic approach to case management for individuals with mental health disorders aims to improve quality, affordability, lower readmittance and mitigate disability.
The full significance of this test is, of course, not immediately evident, but as Tolkien makes plain in The Silmarillion and elsewhere, this is the culminating moment in the long process by which Galadriel atones for her part in the rebellion of the Noldor and gains readmittance to the Undying Lands, from which she has been banned (Lakowski, "Fall").
WORCESTER - Two city hospitals found to have readmittance rates worse than the national average say they are using the data to improve their care.