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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unqualify.
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Any notable bodily or mental defect in the candidate, serious indebtedness or other obligation, previous membership in another religious order even for a day, indicating instability of vocation, unqualifies for admission.
They have a devoted following, stay on script in tightly controlled settings, but are absolutely unqualifies intellectually.
Nothing more unqualifies a man to act with prudence than a misfortune that is attended with shame and guilt.
Majesty had a mind to introduce the other party, it would have been more seasonable after a peace, which now we have made desperate, by spiriting the French, who rejoice at these changes, and by the fall of our credit, which unqualifies us for continuing the war.
Mount Vernon comptroller calls city inspector general unqualifies, political
The VQYyCorporeity thenof thefe Species makes it im - poinble, that Bodies fhould be perceived by them, and that Becaufe it utterly unqualifies them for being the immediate Objefts of the IS4ind themfelves, as they muft, be if by them Bodies are perceived.