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Despite the disqualifications, localists won six seats and nearly 20 percent of the vote in the elections.
After Sagan's disqualification, Alexander Kristoff moved up to second place in the stage, with Andre Greipel in third.
Shkreli’s notoriety for boosting the price of the drug Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 led to the disqualification of many of the prospective jurors.
That violates the rules for submitting proposals and is grounds for disqualification, Melwani’s attorney, Richard Perez, argues in the filing.
Brooks and McIntosh were in electoral limbo as McIntosh appealed his disqualification.
This especially holds true when their eligibility is reinstated within three months and — in some cases where disqualification resulted from paperwork glitches rather than an income change — retroactive.
The news of the team’s disqualification, which the president of the soccer club Mili’s team plays for blamed on a typo, drew the attention of former soccer players Mia Hamm and Abby Wambach, according to Time.
Disqualification of candidates One by one, leading opposition candidates have been disqualified from running for office, often on flimsy pretexts.
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First Known Use of disqualification
Legal Definition of disqualification
1 : something that disqualifies or incapacitates
2 : the act of disqualifying : state of being disqualified disqualification of a juror for bias
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