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Admittable

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Admi'ttable. adj. [from admit.] The person or thing which may be admitted.

The clerk, who is presented, ought to prove to the bishop, that he is a deacon, and that he has orders; otherwise, the bishop is not bound to admit him; for, as the law then stood, a deacon was admittable. Ayliffe's Parergon Juris Canonici.

Sources: Ayliffe, John (43)

Attributes: Adjective (426)

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