not eligible

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Detweiler opined: "It is difficult to challenge Sherman's logic: If a politician were not eligible to run for reelection because of term limits, what incentive would he have to please the voters?
But if you're married and file separate tax returns, you are not eligible to convert a traditional IRA to a Roth.
Students are not eligible to participate in the program.
The district court denied the motion, finding that the offender was not eligible for early release based on his alleged rehabilitation during incarceration.
Individuals who have had more than six years of postdoctoral research experience are not eligible to apply.
Students who have won an award in 2001 or 2002 are not eligible to apply in 2003.
Moreover, Catholics who have undergone such a treatment are not eligible to marry, be ordained to the priesthood, or enter religious life.
Kiger, 35, of Sunbury faces felony welfare-fraud charges for allegedly receiving more than $9,050 in subsidized child-care benefits for which she was not eligible from July 1999 to September 2002.
Currently, some DNA sequences can at best be patented by companies who have spent heavily to determine their order, while other such sequences are not eligible for protection at all.
For example, the IRS historically has taken the position that a plumber who provides parts in connection with his or her service of repairs is not eligible for the cash method of accounting because those parts constitute an income-producing factor and, therefore, should be treated as inventory.
In Pakistan, those accused of blasphemy are not eligible for bail, and if they are convicted, death is the automatic sentence.
In January, a New York state judge ruled after four hearings in three years that Krystyna Maliszewska, 51, of Brooklyn was not eligible for workers compensation because she had not provided the proper "medical evidence" that her leg had been amputated.