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professing to be qualified

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claimed with intent to deceive

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openly declared as such

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PML-N lawmaker professed that Imran Khan should now be well aware of the fact that there is no secret door to premiership.
He professed that whenever the matter goes towards the corruption of PPP, a huge commotion is created over the matter.
All such professed devotion and veneration and religiosity and saintliness are meaningless: It is not what is displayed during papal visits but the daytoday grind in the crucible of daily living.
I realised this ring was fake and - after looking closer inside the band - I found the inscription "Made in China", which ultimately is a metaphor for the love he professed to feel for me.
Researchers surveyed religious who professed perpetual vows in 2012, and obtained responses from 108 sisters and 24 brothers, a response rate of 85 percent of the 156 potential members of the profession class of 2012 identified for CARA by their religious superior.
She became a professed member of the Sisters of the Assumption on August 22, 1935.
But the fedora--reportedly a Borsalino from Bencraft Hatters in Brooklyn--is also a ubiquitous accessory in the world of Orthodox Judaism, the faith that Abramoff has professed ever since watching "Fiddler on the Roof" as a 12-year-old.
WITH the general election date fast approaching, many politicians have once again professed to be monetary wizards, finding financial savings that were never possible at any other time.
Flavored with Gannon's Midwestern charm and Irish hard-hitting honesty, A Life In Print is unafraid to level scathing criticsm against individuals or societies--whether decrying presidential canditate John Kerry's professed Catholicism when Kerry has repeatedly voted against pro-life platforms, or lamenting that the factionalized modern-day America is such a far cry away from the unified nation that came together and gave everything it had to support the war effort during World War II.
meeting, he professed his desire for a "surprise package," delivered by the engineers without his expressing an a priori objective.
Marguerite joined the community in 1977, went to England as a novice in 1980 and professed her vows in 1985.
The court held that the tests were a violation of the inmate's right to free exercise of religion, but the inmate was required to prove that he "sincerely held" the religious beliefs professed by him, and that he was denied reasonable accommodation for the exercise of his beliefs.
Friendly, coordinator of the Childcare Resource and Research Unit, points out that the decline had occurred during a period when governments across Canada professed recognition of the importance of the early years and "giving each child the best start in life".
Welch noted that top performers at GE historically have been rewarded handsomely -- and he professed astonishment that companies would make across-the-board cuts rather than spare their top people.
In some of the most turgid but nonetheless influential prose of the 19th century, Marx professed to exhibit the contradictions of an economic system that is sustained by extracting ever-increasing quantities of surplus value from workers but can do so only by progressively impoverishing them such that they are unable to afford the dazzling wares spewed out by the capitalist engine.