nonadmission


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nonadmission

(ˌnɒnədˈmɪʃən)
n
the failure or refusal to admit or to be admitted
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Nonpayment of voluntary school contributions shall not be made as a basis for nonadmission, nonpromotion, or nonissuance of clearance to a studentincluding the withholding of school cards," Luistro said.
section] 1185(d) (2012) (providing for the nonadmission of certain aliens).
Factors predisposing to a nonadmission of patients with acute myocardial infarction.
Reviewing admission criteria and corresponding data, four factors were found that inform nonadmission decisions.
Reasons for nonadmission for the 1 027 non-admitted patients (10,6 %) included hospital staff classifying a case as not being an emergency (62,6 %) and lack of social security service coverage (16 %).
Fundamentally, my position comes down to the nonadmission of chaos as the ultimate referential figure of the universe.
That's because relatively few nonadmission OBRA-required assessments (which are the assessments utilized for most of these reports) are completed in one month.
Perhaps one of the many ways to reduce psychiatric dependency would be for colleges and universities to use psychiatric dependency as a criterion for nonadmission.