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Qualified

Describing any investment vehicle eligible for favorable tax treatment. In general, the personal income placed in a qualified vehicle is exempt from taxation until withdrawal. This increases the return on investment of that income. Common qualified vehicles include retirement plans and education trusts.
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2d at 360 ("The court held that 'defamatory statements voluntarily made by private individuals to the police or the state's attorney prior to the institution of criminal charges are presumptively qualifiedly privileged....[V]oluntary statements are treated differently than statements made under a state attorney's investigatory subpoena....") (emphasis added); Sun Sentinel Co., 695 So.
did not justify a strip search, but that he was still qualifiedly immune
I say 'qualifiedly' because we must balance this value against our seizing upon opportunities for reasonable change.
protected, at least qualifiedly, with constitutional law and judicial
In response to that request, the government may assert the deliberative process privilege that qualifiedly protects the opinions, conclusions, recommendations, and mental impressions of government agents from disclosure.
Officers were qualifiedly immune for initial seizure, but not for subsequent treatment of subject.
Something particular is thus made symbolic, something private made qualifiedly public.
They rightly caution that acts of folly could bring the structure crashing down, they hedge on the merits of the Iraq War, and they qualifiedly approve unilateral military intervention only when multilateral action is not possible.
This of course is not to argue that he should have fully translated it onto Desdemona, but to suggest that the alternative to following through with the Venetian paradigm can be lethal and that, within the patriarchy of Venice, Brabantio should, strangely enough, perhaps be qualifiedly commended for manfully swallowing part of his pain and not pouring it all upon a scapegoat.
Such a consensus is ratified with reference to the essayists, for instance, in Roy Park's presentation of Hazlitt as a critic of abstraction (15) and, more qualifiedly, in Joel Haefner's focus on "the experimental facet of the Romantic essay." Haefner cites as critical to our understanding of that facet Bacon's comment that generalities should be constructed "from the senses and particulars," arguing that "Hazlitt affirmed Bacon's ideas on epistemology" ("Incondite Things" 199).
Alexander Maconochie, who oversaw the English penal establishment Norfolk Island from 1840-1844, instituted several innovations, including: qualifiedly indeterminate sentences based on work and behavior rather than on fixed time, measured by a system of marks known to the prisoner; encouragement of group cooperation among the prisoners; supervised and graduated autonomy within and without the prison as the prisoner accumulated marks; and an assessment of the prisoner's fitness for the next stage of autonomy, and ultimately freedom.
McEwan admitted to Martin Amis that it is "a great difficulty" to write happy endings, but The Child in Time ends with a qualifiedly happy development.