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qualified

(Competent), adjective able, acceptable, accomplished, adapted, adept, adequate, apt, capable, deft, efficacious, eligible, entitled, equal to, equipped, expert, fit, knowing, licensed, practiced, skilled, skillful, suitable, trained, versed, well-suited, worthy, worthy of choice
Associated concepts: qualified applicant, qualified elector

qualified

(Conditioned), adjective accommodatus, checked, circumscribed, circumstanced, conditional, conningent upon, controlled, curbed, decreased, defined, dependent, diminished, idoneus, limitary, limited, moderated, modified, not absolute, prerequisite, provisional, provisionary, provisory, restricted, stipulatory, subject to terms
Associated concepts: qualified acceptance, qualified ennorsement, qualified privilege, qualified right
See also: admissible, capable, competent, conditional, deft, dependent, desirable, eligible, entitled, expert, familiar, fit, informed, literate, practiced, professional, proficient, sciential, suitable, veteran

QUALIFIED. This term is frequently used in law. A man hag a qualified property in animals ferae naturae, while they remain in his power, but, as soon as they regain their liberty, his property in them is lost. A man has a qualified right to recover property of which he is not the owner, but which was unlawfully taken out of his possession. But this right may be defeated by the owner bring a suit or claiming the property. Vide Animals; Trover.

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A Noahic political-legal theory has good reason to take a qualifiedly positive view of each of these ideas.
77) To take a more specific example, deliberation is good without qualification (haplos) when it correctly promotes the unqualified end (to telos to haplos) and is qualifiedly good when it promotes some limited end (pros ti telos).
As offering reasons for action that are qualifiedly respectful of a peoples' traditions and structures, histories and identities, allows us to appear less an alien assertion against time-honored ways and more an organic element in the reconciliatory process of a people.
dissenting) (suggesting that the trial judge might need to resolve such disputes prior to trial to honor a qualifiedly immune defendant's entitlement to avoid trial as well as liability) (citing Kelley v.
And Sartre qualifiedly reaffirms this point a few years later in Sartre by Himself as he repeats:
protected, at least qualifiedly, with constitutional law and judicial