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Synonyms for disqualification


Words related to disqualification

unfitness that bars you from participation

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the act of preventing someone from participating by finding them unqualified

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He added he believed there should be a light at the end of the tunnel for offenders and he reduced the disqualification period.
For those reasons, I quash the sanction imposed by the tribunal; and impose in its place disqualification for a period of 18 months to run from 19 July 2013.
In its consultation paper brought out last year, the Law Commission had also asked respondents whether, in addition to the existing scheme of disqualification, a new statutory provision needs to be inserted for evaluation of fitness of a candidate by an independent body.
Asadullah Sdati -- a member of the Central Commission -- said the IEC should respond to the letter as soon as possible to let all people know the reasons for the disqualification of candidates.
Yet, with a reading of 70 the court will consider a disqualification of between 18 to 24 months.
When Moradi was asked about her disqualification, she said she was not aware of the decision.
The speaker rejected a petition filed by advocate Moulvi Iqbal Haider for Gilani's disqualification, terming it "without any merit" and "not maintainable.
3) Instead, determination of the disqualification motion is "personal and discretionary" with the individual appellate judge.
The row between former MG Rover directors and Lord Mandelson has escalated amid claims the ex-Longbridge bosses could face disqualification as directors.
TEHRAN: Iran's ex-president Mohammad Khatami labelled the mass disqualification of reformist candidates for parliamentary elections as a "catastrophe" which threatens the Islamic revolution.
Former president Muhammad Khatami says the mass disqualification of reformist candidates in Iran's forthcoming parliamentary elections is a "disaster" and warned against "pre-determining people's votes".
The principle is clear: if there was a performance enhancement, there was a breach and there has to be a disqualification.
Only where offences are not grounds for disqualification in Bulgaria and Romania could a Romanian or Bulgarian lorry driver keep their licence.
Ideally, the officials themselves will talk fans through videotape replays in more detail than the announcers, who sometimes offer little more than the self-evident word that ``the stewards have determined the incident did not warrant a disqualification.