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A man's more qualified for everything when he has eaten his dinner.

And why, Dr. Crawford, do you think you are more qualified than others?

These great ones were more qualified than Basine for leadership.

Besides, he does not see that he is any more qualified or deserving than he.

No one is more qualified to speak on this matter than Mr. Harold Temperley of Cambridge, who was one of our experts.

Approbation is a milder and more qualified word than praise; while praise is always uttered, approbation may be silent.

They haven't generally got a second shirt, and they are no more qualified to get married than a steer is to preach.

Exactly; and for that very reason I prefer waiting till I am more qualified to sit upon it.

I already see that I am more qualified to deal with those ruffians down yonder than you are.

The man was not more qualified for the task he undertook than he would have been for any scientific position in the expedition.