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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disqualify.
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- adj. rendered ineligible by law or rule or provision.
- adj. barred from competition for violation of rules.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. disqualified by law or rule or provision
- adj. barred from competition for violation of rules
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Gunson wanted Rittenband disqualified from the case because of misconduct, the filings state.
Furyk had put himself in a big hole because he was disqualified from the first of the four FedEx Cup playoff events, The Barclays, for oversleeping and missing a separate pre-tournament event where the professionals were paired with amateurs.
He could face up to a two-year ban and be disqualified from the 2010 Tour.
With all the shady politics and backroom deals disqualified from the discussion.
Forty-one years after Argentina's Roberto De Vicenzo suffered one of golf's most infamous calamities when he signed an erroneous Masters scorecard to be disqualified from a playoff, his countryman finishes the job.
Articles by the 5 jurors were disqualified from the entire process.
When Billy Dalton, military special ops and star surfer, is disqualified from the pro-surfing tour, he takes off for the coast of Bali looking for the perfect wave.
Alan Citron commented that there are more and more layers of people who now qualify as celebrities, like the person who gets disqualified from the third round of American Idol.
Golf addicts: Consider yourselves disqualified from the cabinet.
The Dark Knight score disqualified from the Oscars