disqualify


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Synonyms for disqualify

ban

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Synonyms for disqualify

to make incapable, as of doing a job

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Synonyms for disqualify

make unfit or unsuitable

declare unfit

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Most Magistrates Courts across South Wales will only disqualify you if you are present in court, either having attended voluntarily or having been arrested on bail.
Employees who disqualify their options should be advised to steer clear of repurchases within the 30-day period.
In the decision issued by Justice Eileen Bransten, the Court denied the motion to disqualify the Chairman "at this time," reserving the right to do so after the arbitration hearings were concluded.
Earlier today, the apex court announced its much-awaited verdict, rejecting plea to disqualify Imran Khan and declared PTI's key party leader Jahangir Tareen disqualified on the petitions filed by PML-N leader Hanif Abbasi.
The IRS agrees not to disqualify the plan due to the failures if the conditions are satisfied.
After Pennsylvania REIT forgot to declare one of its corporate subsidiaries as being taxable, the Internal Revenue Service decided not to disqualify it as a REIT.
The matter was the first of four filings made by deputy public defenders to disqualify judges who endorsed Chief Assistant District Attorney Kevin McGee's recent campaign against Deputy Public Defender Gary Windom for Superior Court Judge.