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eligible

(el′ĭ-jĭ-bĭl) [L. eligibilis]
Qualified to be considered a candidate for a role, e.g., membership in a professional society or enrollment in an insurance program or a research study.
eligibility (el″ĭ-jĭ-bil′ĭt-ē)
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Qualifications: Eligible candidates have been members in NAIW for at least two years, have been employed in the insurance industry for at least five years and completed the required educational programs.
1, 2004 a family with two preschoolers and a net income of $2,500 per month will be eligible for $552 per month if they access an approved childcare facility.
If you are eligible for the course credit of 150 hours for being certified or registered, then you are required to have a minimum of only 100 Lecture/Participation hours.
In the House version, states may require dually eligible beneficiaries to enroll.
Those eligible for assistance include spouses of victims, children aged 21 or younger, domestic partners or fiancees.
They told us what needed to be done for Rudy to be eligible.
This widens the pool of eligible taxpayers who otherwise have not met the $1 million gross-receipts limitation in revenue procedure 2001-10.
1, 2000, for eligible veterans with at least a three-year term of service.
The IPE provisions in the 1998 Amendments expand upon the role of the eligible individual as a collaborating partner in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of his or her own plan.
14) In addition, limits on the size of mortgages eligible for FHA and VA backing imply that the proportion of upper-income borrowers - who generally desire larger mortgages - will be lower for these agencies than for institutions without these size restrictions.
Flow-through-share-funded companies will be eligible for OMIP grants.

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