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    1. This was supplied in part to dissuade any truly unqualified candidates from wasting the time and materials of the new instructor

    2. Once the Supreme Court succumbs to external (political) pressures or its own unqualified assumptions of Justice, without regard to legality, that legal body can no longer be properly considered an objective interpreter of our nation‘s laws; its critically-minded reviews and summary conclusions centering on the (penumbral) legality of questionable (historical) assumptions…

    3. Complete or unqualified compatibility with another individual; that is to say, a relationship mutually committed to achieving the highest levels of esteem without bias or prejudice (however unlikely from the standpoint of our respective natures and conditioning) would require a severing of the subject (individual) of our interest from the thematic elements that typically structure the character of (that) subject/individual thereby separating (that) ―Individual‖ from the ―Ideas‖ that properly qualify and provide moral and intellectual sustenance to (that) Individual

    4. After all, what did Christ and his Apostles really look like? Has anyone ever encountered an Angel? Such (abstract) personifications remain open to interpretation; a (worldly) convenience to meet its own special requirements rather than an unqualified expression grounded on historical accuracy

    5. America was uniquely conceived in the principle manner it has been able to embrace and assimilate a variety of cultures forming unqualified or hybrid expressions symbolizing the normative elasticity of its people; of ―old world‖ customs and manners that gradually introduced themselves to the American Mainstream over the years

    6. Instead, many individuals are finding themselves subject to unqualified productions unsupported by facts! Returning to the topic of guns, it is believed in some (political) circles that eliminating guns would promote a corresponding decrease in (gun related) crimes

    7. Every citizen, in one way or another, is expected to participate in a constructive manner that accrues to the mutual benefit of every citizen living in a free and open society; that each individual is obligated to lend his or her unqualified, excepting such conditions were that society has spiritually and morally corrupted itself, support in the cause of freedom; and that the general welfare of that society should take precedence over the private belief system of any individual who continues reaping the benefits of living in that society

    8. I feel that the reason for her unqualified support is that this attractive figure‘s rags to riches story has keenly affected the (starved) imaginations of individuals who have come to know her ―intimately‖; unlike the nameless, faceless individuals routinely hatching plots inside corporate board rooms

    9. Clay also believed Jackson was too ignorant and unqualified to be president

    10. “Unfortunately, many parents are unable or just unqualified to offer proper parenting to their children

    11. unqualified or incompetent, often intoxicated

    12. It was because of their unqualified support however that my brothers and I

    13. fied that “only unqualified applicants will be considered” and that

    14. Exercise your team members and be prepared to take part, or you will find yourselves unqualified to join others in the advancement of life

    15. I kept telling Jesus I was afraid, weak, unable, unqualified, so on and so forth

    16. 6 Although this perfect life which he lived in the likeness of mortal flesh may not have received the unqualified and universal approval of his fellow mortals, those who chanced to be his contemporaries on earth, still, the life which Jesus of Nazareth lived in the flesh and on Urantia did receive full and unqualified acceptance by the Universal Father as constituting at one and the same time, and in one and the same personality-life, the fullness of the revelation of the eternal God to mortal man and the presentation of perfected human personality to the satisfaction of the Infinite Creator

    17. 14 The fact of the absolute mechanism of Paradise at the center of the universe of universes, in the presence of the unqualified volition of the Second Source and Center, makes forever certain that determiners are not the exclusive law of the cosmos

    18. Materialism is there, but it is not exclusive; mechanism is there, but it is not unqualified; determinism is there, but it is not alone

    19. Especially when his old position was now filled by someone he felt was so completely unqualified

    20. Riz knew even his father could not just have an unqualified cadet allowed into the Academy, especially the Central Academy, only the best were accepted

    21. If that had been the main objective then the raid was an unqualified propaganda success

    22. Being counted among twelve, I saw myself as leader, chief among our small group of those that laid down our old life to follow Jesus, a mentor of those chosen ones, and not knowing then, but was unqualified in every capacity

    23. The evening out with Steve couldn’t be said to be an unqualified success

    24. Even the Prime Minister looked impressed, and eventually all those present undertook to support the project, on the understanding that it would not go ahead without the unqualified support and help of the United States

    25. Gentleman for his unqualified support

    26. Certainly, there was unqualified relief that terrorism in Northern Ireland seemed to be at an end at last, although there was still the odd incident now and then, as there had been in Iraq

    27. This alone calls for an unqualified apology from the Hindus to the Indian Musalmans and their sub-continental cousins before the Subramanian Swamys want them to own up their Hindu origins to usher in the laudable integral Indian nationalism

    28. leave for your unqualified use

    29. Pranyama and the Pranyama in which the mind gets connected with the unqualified or the

    30. After dinner I tried gossip, and encouraged him to tell me some, but he had such an unnatural number of relations that whoever I began to talk about happened to be his cousin, or his brother- in-law, or his aunt, as he hastily informed me, so that what I had intended to say had to be turned immediately into loud and unqualified praise; and praising people is frightfully hard work--you give yourself the greatest pains over it, and are aware all the time that it is not in the very least carrying conviction

    31. unqualified gringo would have purchased! Brashico was

    32. * We must not here be supposed to yield unqualified assent to the doctrine of the 'Baptists’ on this subject

    33. Nevertheless it is certain that that omission, leaving the discourse to end with the unqualified words, 'Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass till all these things be fulfilled, ’ xxiv

    34. We are afloat on a sea of opinionated opinions all being given unqualified and, in many cases, undeserved validity

    35. It was an unqualified endorsement of the bombing as a successful strategy and its positive military impact

    36. The unqualified truth is, that when I loved Estella with the love of a man, I loved her simply because I found her irresistible

    37. This fact was sufficient to secure the working men's unqualified approval of the action of the Council in letting the place to Grinder, and Councillor Weakling's opposition - the reasons of which they did not take the trouble to inquire into or understand - they as heartily condemned

    38. Crass then reminded the meeting that the last year's Beano had been an unqualified success, and for his part he would be very sorry if they did not have one this year

    39. “Never violate people’s privacy,” he cautioned them in a powerful, unqualified directive

    40. The Semi-drunk's suggestion that someone should sing a song was received with unqualified approbation by everybody, including Barrington and the other Socialists, who desired nothing better than that the time should be passed in a manner suitable to the occasion

    41. As this song is the Marseillaise of the Tariff Reform Party, voicing as it does the highest ideals of the Tory workmen of this country, it was an unqualified success, for most of them were Conservatives

    42. putting himself in the hands of those who were so pleased to interest themselves in his affairs, he met everything with unqualified assent

    43. A preferred stock, ranking junior to a large first mortgage and without unqualified rights to dividend or principal payments

    44. The unqualified right to a fixed interest payment on fixed dates

    45. Practically all income obligations have a definite maturity, so that the holder has an unqualified right to repayment of his principal on a fixed date

    46. Nevertheless when the investor does exchange his bond into the stock, he abandons the priority and the unqualified claim to principal and interest upon which the purchase was originally premised

    47. Remember those days? When ravenous, unqualified mortgage shoppers were enticed to buy whatever they could get their hands on

    48. He was not intending, however, by such action, to be conveying to her that unqualified approbation and encouragement which her hopes drew from it

    49. We do more; as if unqualified submission was not humiliating enough, we descend to an act of supererogation in servility; we abandon trade altogether; we not only refrain from that particular trade which their respective edicts prescribe, but, lest the ingenuity of our merchants should enable them to evade their operations, to make submission doubly sure, the American Government virtually re-enact the edicts of the belligerents, and abandon all the trade which, notwithstanding the practical effects of their edicts, remain to us

    50. He said that the proposition was founded upon the principle, that the United States had as absolute and unqualified a right to exclusive jurisdiction over the marine leagues usually attached to independent nations, as to their territorial jurisdiction, and as a consequence from that principle, foreign nations had no more right to send armed ships within our acknowledged marine jurisdiction, than they had to send an army within our territorial jurisdiction

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