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

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. depriving of legal right; rendering legally disqualified

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Examples

  • But this year, Western observers say the IEC has been more active in disqualifying candidates and polling centers.

    Afghan Body Tallies Fraudulent Votes

  • Unlike last year, the IEC has been active in disqualifying candidates and polling centers so far, Western officials say.

    Fraud Found Rampant in Afghan Vote

  • Okay, let's see if I can figure out how to unmoderate this comment: Considering he left the campaign because he didn't want to be involved in disqualifying Obama, how can McKinnon say Schmidt's run a very good campaign, and that he wouldn't have done anything of significant difference?

    Mark McKinnon Dissents a Bit, But Also Defends Steve Schmidt - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Considering McKinnon left the campaign because he didn't want to be involved in disqualifying Obama, how can he say Schmidt's run a "very good campaign," and that he wouldn't have done anything of "significant difference?"

    Mark McKinnon Dissents a Bit, But Also Defends Steve Schmidt - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Selling early is termed a disqualifying disposition and you have to pay tax at ordinary income tax rates which are much higher in most cases than if you hold the stock long enough to make selling your shares a qualifying disposition.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The only reason that Clinton’s understandable (but not excusable) lying to strangers about an affair would be disqualifying is if it lead you to believe he was not trustworthy in public life.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Short List

  • While I like the idea of disqualifying people from all sides based upon the

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  • In FIBA, a foul resulting in ejection is called a disqualifying foul, while in leagues other than the NBA, such a foul is referred to as flagrant.

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  • The increase in the effective rate in 2008 relates to virtually all stock option expenses in 2008 being non-deductible for tax purposes while in 2007 a substantial portion of stock option expenses were deductible because they were identified as disqualifying dispositions for tax purposes.

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  • The S.curities and Exchange Board of India amended one clause in 2009 to more closely model the U.S. S.rbanes-Oxley Act. Clause 49, as it is known, lays down stricter qualification criteria for independent directors such as disqualifying material customers, suppliers and shareholders who own more than 2% of the company.

    Time for West to Look East

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