Their only qualification is that these Americans come in sandals and sneakers, not combat boots.
Attractiveness is not exactly a qualification for judicial office.
qualification is exacting, and a majority of the teams that do qualify are from the West.
A large number of nuclear submarine drivers never legitimately passed their qualification exams.
How do you feel about the fact that the qualification is still there?
For a knight of a shire the qualification was fixed at five hundred a year; for a burgess at two hundred a year.
They are quarrelling about the qualification, and angry words were bandied about.
Subject to this qualification, the proportion of the forms in -ing, is a measure of the Germanism of the population.
It occurred to the girl that the qualification might as well have been left out.
Above all, they kept novel and romance together—a deed which is great without any qualification or drawback.
1540s, "restriction, modification," from Middle French qualification and directly from Medieval Latin qualificationem (nominative qualificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of qualificare (see qualify). Meaning "accomplishment that qualifies someone to do something" is from 1660s; that of "necessary precondition" is from 1723. Related: Qualifications.