disqualify


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ban

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to make incapable, as of doing a job

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make unfit or unsuitable

declare unfit

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If they had ruled otherwise], a small error would disqualify the Pennsylvania REIT for years," he said.
During Monday's hearing, Deputy Public Defender Todd Howeth said his office may withdraw the motion to disqualify Klopfer from a drug possession case.
Public Defender Kenneth Clayman downplayed the significance of the move and said there is no blanket policy to disqualify the 14 judges who publicly endorsed McGee, the chief assistant district attorney.
nonresident aliens and flowthrough entities (such as partnerships, S corporations and trusts)) will automatically disqualify small-partnership status.
The IBF chose to disqualify Botha, who was to have made his first defense of the crown against the 28-year-old Moorer.
368(a)(2)(C) provides a permissive (and nonexclusive list), the IRS resolved that a transfer of a target's assets to an acquirer's wholly owned subsidiary does not disqualify an otherwise qualifying D reorganization.