Some articles on qualified:
2nd round 1991 – 1st round 1992 – not qualified 1993 – not qualified 1994 – not qualified 1995 – not qualified 1996 – not qualified 1997 – Semi-final 1998 – 1st round 1999 ...
... Canada - Qualified as 1st in 1996 Pacific Qualification Tournament China - Qualified as 3rd in 1996 Pacific Qualification Tournament Finland - Qualified as 3rd in 1996 European Championship Norway ...
... Newly qualified teacher (NQT) is a label attached to teachers in the United Kingdom who have been qualified for less than twelve months ...
... only two seasons in Premier League and qualified for the next season's Champions League ... The championship runners-up Dinamo Minsk qualified for UEFA Cup ... medalists and 1996–97 Cup winners Belshina Bobruisk qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup ...
... Dinamo Minsk won their 6th champions title and qualified for the next season's Champions League ... championship runners-up Belshina Bobruisk qualified for UEFA Cup ... Bronze medalists and 1997–98 Cup winners Lokomotiv-96 Vitebsk qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup ...
More definitions of "qualified":
- (adj): Legally qualified.
Example: "A competent witness"
- (adj): Limited or restricted; not absolute.
Example: "Gave only qualified approval"
- (adj): Having elements or qualities mixed in proper or suitable proportions; especially made less severe.
- (adj): Restricted in meaning; (as e.g. 'man' in 'a tall man').
- (adj): Meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task.
Example: "Many qualified applicants for the job"
Famous quotes containing the word qualified:
“It has been from Age to Age an Affectation to love the Pleasure of Solitude, among those who cannot possibly be supposed qualified for passing Life in that Manner.”
—Richard Steele (16721729)
“Lets face it. With the singular exception of breast-feeding, there is nothing about infant care that a mother is innately better qualified to do than a father. Yet we continue to unconsciously perpetuate the myth that men just dont have what it takes to be true partners in the process.”
—Michael K. Meyerhoff (20th century)
“Dont give your opinions about Art and the Purpose of Life. They are of little interest and, anyway, you cant express them. Dont analyse yourself. Give the relevant facts and let your readers make their own judgments. Stick to your story. It is not the most important subject in history but it is one about which you are uniquely qualified to speak.”
—Evelyn Waugh (19031966)