Some articles on qualify:
... Season Playoffs Open Canada Cup 4 ... PCSL 6th Did not qualify 4 ... PCSL 6th Did not qualify 4 ... PCSL 5th Did not qualify 4 ... PCSL 7th Did not qualify 4 ... PCSL 6th Did not qualify 4 ... PCSL 7th ...
2012 Olympics Did not qualify 2008 Olympics 7th 2004 Olympics Did not qualify 2000 Olympics 7th 1996 Olympics Did not qualify 1992 Olympics Did not qualify 1988 Olympics Did not qualify 1984 ...
1938 4th 1950 4th 1952 7th 1954 6th 1956 7th 1958 6th 1960 Did not qualify 1962 8th 1964 10th 1966 11th 1968 11th 1970 2nd 1972 4th 1974 7th 1976 4th 1980 11th 1981 Did not qualify 1983 Did ...
1999–00 39. 5th in NAHL West Did not Qualify St ... Louis Sting 2000–01 35. 5th in NAHL West Did not Qualify St ... Heartland Eagles 2003–04 40. 6th in USHL East Did not Qualify Lindenwood 2010–11 4 ... - - - 1st in CSCHL National runner-up Lindenwood 2011–12 5 ... - - - 1st in CSCHL ...
2011–12 UEFA Europa League Associations 1–6 each have three teams qualify Associations 7–9 each have four teams qualify Associations 10–51 each have ...
More definitions of "qualify":
- (verb): Make more specific.
Example: "Qualify these remarks"
- (verb): Pronounce fit or able.
Example: "She was qualified to run the marathon"; "They nurses were qualified to administer the injections"
- (verb): Specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement.
Synonyms: stipulate, condition, specify
- (verb): Make fit or prepared.
- (verb): Add a modifier to a constituent.
- (verb): Prove capable or fit; meet requirements.
Synonyms: measure up
Famous quotes containing the word qualify:
“History by apprising them [students] of the past will enable them to judge of the future; it will avail them of the experience of other times and other nations; it will qualify them as judges of the actions and designs of men; it will enable them to know ambition under every disguise it may assume; and knowing it, to defeat its views.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“The parent who loves his child dearly but asks for nothing in return might qualify as a saint, but he will not qualify as a parent. For a child who can claim love without meeting any of the obligations of love will be a self-centered child and many such children have grown up in our time to become petulant lovers and sullen marriage partners because the promise of unconditional love has not been fulfilled.”
—Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)