nonadmission

nonadmission

(ˌnɒnədˈmɪʃən)
n
the failure or refusal to admit or to be admitted
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In July 2012, Syria stopped short of admitting its military had chemical weapons but warned that even if it did have them, they would be "used only in the event of external aggression." A month after this nonadmission, Obama was asked by a reporter whether he would take military action against Syria if it used chemical weapons.
To account for multiple assessments from one resident, analyses were limited to the last nonadmission assessment completed during the influenza season.
Mann-Whitney U test was used to compare numerical variables between pneumonia admission and nonadmission days and chi-square test was used to investigate relationship between admission and event (rain).
"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.
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.