duly qualified

duly qualified

Medical practice adjective Referring to the satisfactory completion of a residency program approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. See Accreditation.
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For since God has endowed each of us with some light of reason by which to distinguish truth from error, I could not have believed that I ought for a single moment to rest satisfied with the opinions of another, unless I had resolved to exercise my own judgment in examining these whenever I should be duly qualified for the task.
Giving the waiter to the personage before mentioned, as a block- head duly qualified for that consignment, Mr.
Potential and new duly qualified, honest and law abiding police force must be searched and recruited, the good cops who are still alive but were brutally eliminated by bad cops must be recalled with honors to continue their police service with due compensation, rights and privileges and authority.
AACs are corporations or cooperatives duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or with the Cooperative Development Authority, respectively that applied, been duly qualified and expressly authorized by the PCSO to conduct STL in a particular area.
The bench observed: 'The policy, so introduced by the chief justice, Peshawar High Court, Peshawar, after taking oath of the office is that all the names of the eligible candidates are put in a bowl, who are otherwise physically fit and duly qualified or eligible for the Class IV, Grade 1 to 4 post, if so prescribed, and in their presence, their names are picked up in reference to the vacant post, after appointing 25% from Retired Employees Son Quota.
If there is success in arranging the financial package, a successful leader would need to be able to implement the plan, starting with ensuring that there is in place duly qualified and experienced human resource in key positions.
Elaborating his stance, he referred to the fact that more PhDs could be found in one single department of a university while a mere single or two in another making the scenario difficult on retirement of the single and only duly qualified soul.
The services concern the provision of equipment and technical equipment as well as duly qualified personnel to carry out scheduled work on the departmental roads and urgent interventions on exceptional damage (clearing, purging, roads).
Whoever gives, or causes to be given, or any child any intoxicating liquor or any narcotic drug or tobacco products or psychotropic substance, except on the order of a duly qualified medical practitioner will be punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years and shall be liable to a fine which may extend up to one hundred thousand Indian rupees.
Despite these concerns over the conscience clause, the resolution, which is a draft of the one that will be voted on in 2016, is otherwise fairly straightforward: it declares that "Canon XXI (On Marriage in the Church) applies to all persons who are duly qualified by civil law to enter into marriage," and amends the language of the canon to remove references to "man and woman" and "husband and wife.
1) Appointment of Interpreters when Certified or Other Duly Qualified Interpreters Are Available.
To a question, he said that when any duly qualified and licensed manufacturer produces an approved drug it is released for marketing after testing its quality, asserting that quantity of active ingredient in the drug is according to the range provided in the British or US pharmacopeias.