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- ينحيغير مؤهلةغير مؤهل
Verb(1) make unfit or unsuitable(2) declare unfit
(1) Will that disqualify me from claiming Council Tax Benefit?(2) If Vassiliev is right that Weinstein has misrepresented the documents, that could disqualify him for the archivist position.(3) Refugees who refuse a place in an accommodation centre would disqualify themselves from any further benefits or help from the Government.(4) Referee Lawrence Cole from Texas resisted the temptation to disqualify Drews but took two points from the German-based giant.(5) A significant disadvantage is that Homer is a fictional character, but that shouldn't necessarily disqualify him.(6) Well, any time you disqualify military votes you should be very, very careful about it, because they certainly deserve to be counted.(7) The fact that the genealogy of such claims is so distinctively national does not in itself disqualify them: any general truth will have a local point of origin.(8) A court can disqualify directors for between two and 15 years for unfit conduct.(9) Now if, in the view of many Australians, lying does not disqualify you from national leadership, then it is no good just going on calling politicians liars?(10) Being a maverick and an opportunist should hardly disqualify the man from running for national office.(11) I don't see how either of those aspects would technically disqualify me from an unwanted job at a pet store, so I had some hope left.(12) That degree of commitment could easily disqualify a judicial tribunal for bias.(13) Magistrates have a discretion not to disqualify , but only if there are good reasons that fall within narrowly-defined limits.(14) This, and similar proposals for restrictions that would disqualify some existing parties from fielding candidates are discriminatory.(15) Tell the review committee to disqualify a certain applicant, Mr. Mo, who is enjoying a sizable popular support and who is supported by the opposite camp to you.(16) Ronald Ray points out that there is no inherent right to serve in the military, and many things can disqualify people from eligibility to serve.
1. indispose ::
2. unfit ::
Different Formsdisqualifies, disqualify, disqualifying
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