disqualify


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disqualify (someone or something) for (something)

To render someone or something unable to do or have something. I'm afraid that your close relationship with the headmaster disqualifies you for a position on the board.
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disqualify someone or something for something

 and disqualify someone or something from something
to invalidate someone's or something 's claim to something. Does being late for practice disqualify me for the team? This loss disqualifies our team, doesn't it? Does it disqualify us from competition?
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"[If they had ruled otherwise], a small error would disqualify the Pennsylvania REIT for years," he said.
Mishra has challenged order by the Election Commission to disqualify him from contesting elections for three years.
The EC has the power to disqualify a candidate if he fails to submit a clear and concise account of expenses within the designated time frame.
The apex court in the much-awaited verdict rejected plea to disqualify Imran Khan and declared PTI's key party leader Jahangir Tareen disqualified on the petitions filed by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi.
Even though a partnership may have 10 or fewer partners, the presence of certain types of partners (e.g., nonresident aliens and flowthrough entities (such as partnerships, S corporations and trusts)) will automatically disqualify small-partnership status.
Transfers of partnership interests generating more than 10 partners throughout the year will not disqualify a partnership, as long as there were no more than 10 partners at any given time.
The Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan today dismissed plea to disqualify Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan while disqualified PTI General Secretary Jahangir Tareen for life, stating that the reply submitted by Tareen was a confession in itself, thus, he stands disqualified under Article 62 of the Constitution.
368(a)(2)(C) provides a permissive (and nonexclusive list), the IRS resolved that a transfer of a target's assets to an acquirer's wholly owned subsidiary does not disqualify an otherwise qualifying D reorganization.
Such transfers would not disqualify the transaction from satisfying the continuity-of-interest or continuity-of-business doctrines required in all reorganizations.
402(a)(5) (before amendment by the UCA), and that the failure to distribute would not disqualify an otherwise qualified total distribution under Sec.