- adj. more than adequately qualified
“At a meeting today, Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro should push ahead with a plan to name well-qualified individuals to an advisory panel that will assist and cooperate with the current elected Kansas City school board.”
“Still, it's a pure smokescreen to obstruct the appointment of a well-qualified TSA administrator just because a union might ensue.”
“Senator DeMint, tear down this load of bull crap and allow the appointment of well-qualified Mr. Southers to take the helm at TSA.”
“Research what Roger Marks, a well-qualified Alaskan economist wrote about AGIA.”
“Reporting that Kissinger was being recruited to sort out the Qatar World Cup scandal, the mock pundit wryly noted that his experience with the Vietnam War would make him well-qualified to deal with soccer: "They both go on forever, and America never wins.”
“Children's lives are being put at risk by failings in hospital care where the service is being run by crisis management because there are not enough well-qualified doctors and nurses, paediatricians have warned.”
“Thus, the flood of job applicants has to be strained more finely than ever before, as even unsexy firms find themselves with multiple well-qualified applicants for each position.”
“I think that if Obama put some well-qualified names out there and made a point of emphasizing that he thinks quick action is needed, that he could get the job done.”
“And in politics the general idea is to give positions of authority to well-qualified people who share your political objectives.”
“Moreover, it is currently impossible to find enough well-qualified turnaround replacement principals for thousands of low-achieving schools.”
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