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Men who fail to comply could face criminal prosecution, denial of federal student loans, disqualification from citizenship and other penalties.
Last month, China passed a resolution allowing the disqualification of Hong Kong lawmakers who weren’t deemed sufficiently loyal — prompting opposition legislators to resign en masse.
According to the legal notice, spending time traveling outside the state during this period is not a disqualification.
The nomination of the council was to be for life, the only disqualification being bankruptcy or crime.
Every one knows that slave-holding is no disqualification for church membership, throughout the entire South.
That this House should have a general discretionary power of disqualification is a dangerous saying.
The favor of the people might lead even to a disqualification of representing them.
Samuel J. Tilden is the possessor of nearly every disqualification mentioned.
If a seat in the Senate be not an office, the disqualification does not extend to it.
A decided disqualification for domestic life among the Doones.
LORNA DOONER. D. BLACKMORE

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