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Synonyms for eligible

satisfying certain requirements, as for selection

deemed suitable for marriage

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qualified for or allowed or worthy of being chosen

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The community college also aims to eligibly qualify graduates with bachelor's degrees to join the work force.
The service will be available to customers in York that are not eligibly to access the statutory Adult Social Care and Children~s Services and includes: homeless, substance misuse, offenders, mental health and young people (16-25 year olds).
Patients consecutively admitted in Zhongshan Hospital from December 2013 to November 2014 were eligibly enrolled to this cross-sectional study if they were (1) male or female age [greater than or equal to] 40 years; (2) diagnosed with CHD, complicating CHF symptoms or not; (3) willing to provide written informed consent.
The Ducks lost two key defensive linemen who would have been seniors this fall with Arik Armstead deciding to enter the NFL draft and Sam Kamp retiring from football with a year of eligibly left.
In summary AO/ASIF clavicle hook plate can treat distal clavicle fractures and acromioclavicular joint dislocations safely and effectively which is eligibly applicable in clinical practice owing to facile operation minor trauma and early restoration of joint function.
They had eligibly qualified through having Welsh-born grandparents, but it was discovered that it wasn't the case and the WRU became the laughing stock of the union world after offering no defence when it appeared at an International Rugby Board disciplinary hearing.
So far, around six million families have qualified for cash transfers under the eligibly cut-off score.
Sir Thomas's arguments, that Fanny is "'throwing away'" an "'opportunity of being settled in life, eligibly, honourably, nobly settled, as will, probably, never occur to you again'" (368), that she is being courted by a young man of "'fortune, and character'" (364), who might bring "'advantage'" (367) to her parents and brothers and sisters, all suggest that Henry's wealth and situation are key to Sir Thomas's sense of his eligibility.