Recent Examples of disqualification from the Web
Steeplechase fans may remember the absurd disqualification of all-time maestro Ezekiel Kemboi at the 2016 Olympics.
The state’s online claims system has also drawn complaints for its complexity and its higher rate of rejections and disqualifications.
After early departures, announced transfers and medical disqualifications, the Buckeyes are at 63 scholarship players.
Friday Result: Wild Lando lived up to his name, racing very erratically through the lane and badly impeding two horses, which triggered his obvious disqualification from second place.
This disqualification could cost us as much as $6,000 come tax time.
The disqualifications could lead to fines from the league, or even suspensions to begin next season.
Bolt d'Oro, who was declared the winner of Saturday's Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita Park after the disqualification of McKinzie, took over the No. 1 spot Monday in the 2018 Kentucky Derby Media Poll compiled by HorseRacingNation.com.
If those disqualifications are upheld, there will be two more by-elections.
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First Known Use of disqualification
legal Definition of disqualification
- disqualification of a juror for bias
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