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However, for patients who spent between three hours and 51 minutes and four hours in A&E, 53.1pc were admitted to hospital - 2.6 times the average rate, the biggest gap in the area.
George Kimani, 19, of Attoxhall Road, Wyken, admitted breaching a restraining order and committing an offence while subject to a suspended sentence.
His cousin Carl Fletcher, 28, of Old Road, in Ashtonin-Makerfield, has admitted possessing class C drugs with intent to supply.
The fact that the percentage of students admitted from Christian schools and secular schools is fairly similar is irrelevant, because the UC only launched these discriminatory policies in the last year.
Best, if the merger was taken into account, pro forma MetLife-Travelers consolidated admitted assets, at year-end 2004, would have been $394.78 billion.
Patients 1, 9, and 10 had not been admitted to North District Hospital but were admitted directly to hospital A.
A total of 31 patients (4.7%) were admitted to the hospital, 26 of whom (3.9%) had been scheduled only for outpatient surgery (table 2).
He does concede, however, that politicians have been `nervous about forgiveness', perhaps, I suggest, because of, possible demands if wrong-doing by the state is admitted?
The total number of African American students admitted to the most selective UC campuses was small, even under pre-CCRI admissions policies.
At Appeals, the taxpayer can be represented by anyone admitted to practice before the IRS.
In addition to screening new admissions, OBRA requires that annual reviews be conducted of residents with the designated psychiatric conditions, who were admitted prior to the implementation of OBRA, to determine if they are in need of active treatment for mental illness and therefore no longer qualify for nursing home level care.
Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) found that, far from being more qualified or even equally qualified, the average admitted legacy at Harvard between 1981 and 1988 was significantly less qualified than the average admitted nonlegacy.
Mariusz Pluta, 40, of Whitehall Road, Rugby, admitted breaching a community order by failing to attend unpaid work twice.
Darren Mark Woolnough, 39, of Beechley Drive, Pentrebane, Cardiff, was jailed for six months after he admitted stealing pounds 42.38 worth of meat from Tesco Extra while serving a suspended sentence for two other thefts and carrying pliers to use to commit theft.
CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Wednesday, June 10, included: Emmanuel Ibezimako, 22, of Stratford Street, Stoke, admitted driving without due care and attention, failing to stop a vehicle for the police, and driving with the wrong licence and no insurance.