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(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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Some critics, such as the majority of a commission appointed by the US Congress and chaired by Allen Meltzer (International Financial Institution Advisory Commission (IFIAC), 2000) have gone so far as to propose that IMF conditionality should be entirely abandoned and replaced with ex ante rules for eligibly to borrow.
Miss Campbell, who by that chance, that luck which so often defies anticipation in matrimonial affairs, giving attraction to what is moderate rather than to what is superior, engaged the affections of Mr Dixon, a young man, rich and agreeable, almost as soon as they were acquainted; and was eligibly and happily settled, while Jane Fairfax had vet her bread to earn.
CWEE recruiters knock on doors in housing projects, make presentations to Head Start parents, meet with health and human services agencies, and talk one-to-one with local department of social services case managers and AFDC eligibly technicians.
I am proud that our joint efforts, which started with the qualification of Mongolia in May 2004 into the list of the countries eligibly for the Millennium Challenge Account have brought us to this very important stage.
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The new eligibly system is still under study and would be finalized pending Cabinet approval", Dr.