Examples of disqualify in a Sentence
His poor eyesight disqualified him from becoming a pilot.
Recent Examples of disqualify from the Web
Now, the producers are attempting to disqualify the lawyers representing Garland's company, S&S, for their past representation of Purwin's company, Heliblack, which was the owner of the airplane that crashed.
Prosecutors moved to disqualify Baker from representing Gordon, because Baker was likely going to be a witness in the intimidation case.
Russia won't win back some medals, such as in the men's four-man bobsled, where two crew members were disqualified and two reinstated.
The report’s authors narrowed all areas of the U.S. down to just four locations: two in California, which were quickly disqualified for their warm temperatures, and two in Idaho.
The National reported that 12 camels have been disqualified from the second annual King Abdulaziz Camel Festival (basically the Coachella of camel festivals) for using Botox.
Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any voter, Ballot, and/or vote at any time that in its opinion does not comply with these Official Rules.
That would effectively disqualify many San Francisco apartment or condominium buildings that don’t even have 10 parking spaces.
The petition asks a judge to disqualify Qualls from the race.
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legal Definition of disqualify
- a financial interest in the case that disqualified the judge
- misconduct that disqualified the employee from receiving unemployment benefits
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