President Obama for example has proposed raising the qualification age for Medicare to 67.
With qualification, he was right at the time, although I would use the words ‘senior Nazi’ rather than ‘German’.
Attractiveness is not exactly a qualification for judicial office.
A large number of nuclear submarine drivers never legitimately passed their qualification exams.
But qualification is by no means guaranteed with Germany lying in wait for the final game in the group stage on Wednesday.
For a knight of a shire the qualification was fixed at five hundred a year; for a burgess at two hundred a year.
He has been brought up to the bar; and has every qualification but application.
Subject to this qualification, the proportion of the forms in -ing, is a measure of the Germanism of the population.
The only qualification which she demands is the profession of patriotism.
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.