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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of qualify.

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Examples

  • Every game is dissected as never before, and only a title qualifies as success.

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  • The title qualifies Rea to compete in a progression of pageants that lead to the Miss America Pageant.

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  • Another reason this directly qualifies is that neural activity is very much applicable to the evolution of life on Earth.

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  • "Another reason this directly qualifies is that neural activity is very much applicable to the evolution of life on Earth."

    A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)

  • An adjective may, in general, be distinguished from an _adverb_ by this rule: when a word qualifies a _noun_ or _pronoun_, it is an adjective, but when it qualifies a _verb, participle, adjective_, or _adverb_, it is an adverb.

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  • The designation qualifies the city and Travis County for more federal money to help combat drug-trafficking.

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  • The designation qualifies Laurel Arts as eligible to receive contributions as part of the Education Improvement Tax Credit program through the Department of Community and Economic Development.

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  • If the threat of a few minutes of severe pain qualifies as “extraordinary coercion,” why doesn’t the threat of execution or prison rape also qualify?

    One Waterboarding Is a Tragedy; A Million Is a Statistic

  • But "forcible rape" still qualifies, which is good, right?

    What's Behind The Drive To Redefine Rape In New And Insane Ways?

  • Anyone who thinks being mayor of like 500 people and then serving half of a governor's term qualifies you for president, is as dumb as Sarah Palin.

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