|admit women||Kadınları kabul et|
|did not admit||Itiraf etmedi|
|forced to admit||Itiraf etmek zorunda|
|not admit||Kabul etmiyorum|
|refused to admit||Kabul etmeyi reddetti|
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Repella - formerly the CEO of Harmony Biosciences - admitted that he paid a tennis coach $50,000 to secure his daughter a spot at Georgetown University.
The New York Times
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· Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to Georgetown →
A former biotech executive pleaded guilty to a federal charge on Tuesday and admitted paying $50,000 to Georgetown University's former tennis coach to get his daughter admitted to the prestigious school.
· From starter to loaf: how to make gluten-free sourdough bread from scratch →
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· Risky behaviour at work: How Covid-19 changed the way people work →
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· That Dish, That Restaurant: Vivid Memories to Savor. →
Mrs. Arthur M. Cottrell Jr., for instance, wrote in from Westerly, R.I., in 1951 to say, “I recently ate Caesar salad for the first time and must admit it has a very definite flair all its own.” Gourmet gave Mrs. Cottrell a recipe that must have been very punchy for 1951, and would still have a flair of its own if you made it today, although I would throw garlic right into the salad instead of just rubbing the bowl with it.