But for childless singles, the income range that qualified for help is much smaller.
But Farmer, careful to be precise, qualified that last statement.
His clarity of conviction prompts him to praise Flaubert, Henry James, and Joyce, though the praise is qualified.
“There is a universal need for qualified incoming transfers,” says Nassirian of the collegiate registrars association.
Here is my point: Rice is more than qualified to be secretary of state, and no rational person can argue otherwise.
"And qualified to administer an oath and take your deposition," said the minister.
He began by stating that he was only just qualified and had never practised anywhere.
"It is hardly worth repeating," she qualified—nevertheless, she did repeat it.
Nor is there anything which is qualified in contrary ways at one and the same time.
They continued to preserve a qualified independence, and retain it even now.
mid-15c., "to invest with a quality," from Middle French qualifier (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin qualificare "attribute a quality to; make of a certain quality," from Latin qualis "of what sort?," correlative pronomial adjective (see quality) + facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "to limit, modify" is from 1530s. Sense of "be fit for a job" first appeared 1580s. Related: Qualified; qualifying.