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Word: qualified

Definition: limited; restricted; V. qualify: limit the meaning of; modify


Sentences Containing 'qualified'

After attaining these four levels, the person is then qualified to teach the art.
After the regular season, the standard of 16 teams qualified for the playoffs.
After the regular season, the standard of 8 teams qualified for the playoffs.
All of the teachers were rated highly qualified under No Child Left Behind.
American Samoa has qualified one quota place.
As such, all SFG soldiers are airborne qualified.
Bosnia and Herzegovina qualified 3 swimmers.
Both teams were already qualified for the semifinals on the second to last matchday.
By 11 December, he was qualified as a Feldpilot, receiving his badge on the 20th.
Clair as the only duly qualified candidate.
Duggan qualified as a solicitor and soon became involved in politics.
HC Rebel Havlíčkův Brod qualified for the playoffs.
HC VCES Hradec Králové qualified for the playoffs.
He is also qualified to play for Ireland as his father is Irish born.
He is now qualified as a Full Instructor in JKD and Kali.
He qualified as a barrister, called to the bar by Middle Temple.
He qualified as a lawyer, but entered politics at the age of 23.
He qualified as a notary in 1850, but never practiced this profession.
He qualified as a primary school teacher.
He qualified for the final along with two other Britons with a jump of 2.29.
He served in the US Navy as a nuclear qualified electrician.
I would have qualified that conclusion, but he stopped me.
In 1739-1740 he qualified as university lecturer.
In all, there were 22 competing, 21 qualified for race, and 11 classified.
It serves as a meeting place for qualified organizations.
Madagascar has qualified one quota place.
Navarro qualified for his only Grand Slam in 1997, at the French Open.
Note: Players in "italics" have already qualified for the tournament.
Once a member is qualified in two of these fields they are issued a temporary badge.
Orli Znojmo qualified for the playoffs HC Vrchlabí qualified for the playoffs.
Players in italics have already qualified for the event.
Qualified pediatricians can become fellows.
Robert was passed over but simply because the other candidates were more qualified.
Royle is also a qualified Voice Coach (LLCMtd).
She also qualified for a WTA event in Memphis.
She has qualified for 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Such benefits are a matter of statutory entitlement for persons qualified to receive them.
Teams qualified for the next round in bold.
The Danish champions qualified for UEFA Champions League 2008-09.
The following teams qualified for the tournament: Group Stage.
The seven group winners qualified for the final tournament.
The team also qualified for the Copa Sudamericana 2007.
The team has qualified for the regional finals twice (in 1996 and 1998).
The top four teams from each division qualified for the playoffs.
The winner also qualified for the Group Phase.
They have not yet qualified for the Rugby World Cup.
This would mean that both Poland and Scotland should have qualified.
Turkey previously qualified as hosts of the competition.
Washington suggested that qualified draftsmen be sent.
Wend has been qualified as lawyer since 1984.

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