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Antonyms for inaptitude

a lack of aptitude

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While addressing the consultation Chairman NCHR Justice Retired Ali Nawaz Chowhan showed serious concerns over the inaptitude of the Government to take the issue of enforced disappearance and said that people were fearful over rise in cases of disappearances and that it is the foremost duty of the state to protect its citizen and to trace all missing persons.
It is a legal inaptitude provided by law in a determined case.
The total enlistment in the Lafayette Flying Corps was 267, of whom forty-three were released because of illness, inaptitude, or injuries received in flying accidents before receiving the French military brevet.
Alluding to research by Emmanuelle Bernheim, the author notes that the "majority of judges affirmed being incapable of defining the notion of inaptitude" (276) of the presumed mentally ill, noting that they must be capable of consciously and wilfully exercising their free will to consent to psychiatric treatment (276).
It's a tune about one man's inaptitude for the Great Outdoors, with someone's car breaking down "in the suburbs late at night" being the closest he'd come to communing with nature in any real way.
He also accuses him of inaptitude shortly before his own death:
My chief aim is to take the Court to task for its self-proclaimed inaptitude when it comes to regulating the substance of plea bargains (and criminal codes more generally).
sometimes out of harbor is to entice it out by carrying out some operation which would serve to demonstrate the inaptitude of the enemy navy thereby rousing public opinion in the enemy country to high enough pitch to force their fleet into activity.
A conspicuous lack of clarity, blatant inconsistencies in legal initiatives and bureaucratic inaptitude have affected the efficacy of state policies and legislation towards overseas Vietnamese.
These tradesmen-turned-fighters who set cheap hourly rates for their work and squabble over clothing and petty household possessions again convince Coriolanus of their innate identification with unmanly practices, goods, and domestic spaces, and of their natural inaptitude for the warlike occupation of the "good and honest" man.
And malicious coders are relying on this inaptitude.