Noun(1) lack of intellectual power(2) lack of physical or natural qualifications
(1) they are not subject to any legal incapacity(2) They ask for no evidence of the age or even proof of the ├ö├ç├┐abducted├ö├ç├û woman's alleged mental incapacity .(3) To say that such systems ├ö├ç├┐could not be produced├ö├ç├û is to attribute an inability or incapacity to the Darwinian mechanism.(4) She submits, however, that the Board did not err in law, because it made a specific finding of incapacity based on the statutory test.(5) If a farmer is aged 55 or over, or is unable to carry on farming as a result of physical or mental incapacity , he can let his farm under a lease for five or more years to a lessee who is not a relative of his.(6) It may relate to the quality of information given, the impact of the regimen on daily life, the physical or mental incapacity of patients, or their social isolation.(7) A party entered into the Arbitration Agreement while under a legal incapacity .(8) Reasons for annulment include physical incapacity , physical violence, or pressure to change one's religious or political beliefs.(9) Where the intended beneficiary suffers from a mental or physical incapacity , a trust can be used to hold funds for that individual, with the management of the funds resting with the trustees.(10) And in the process instilled in us some uncanny, extremely unique, weird and peculiar inability and incapacity to fathom how this place works.(11) they can be sacked only for incapacity or misbehaviour(12) If a veterinarian - just as in the case of a doctor - is deemed to be highly incompetent or to have a mental or physical incapacity , he or she should be suspended forthwith.(13) In an attempt to solve the present case, and similar cases of successive causes of incapacity according to some legal principle, a number of arguments have been invoked.(14) A significant number of people die on the spot or are condemned to reduced lifespans marred by physical incapacity .(15) It also granted them a continuing power as attorneys in the event of his incapacity .(16) This arises from an understanding of the notion of incapacity covered by Article 35 as being confined to physical or mental incapacity as distinct from unfitness to serve.
(1) incapacity benefit :: førtidspension
1. disability ::
3. inability ::
4. debility ::
6. indisposition ::
7. impotence ::
10. incompetence ::
11. inadequacy ::
1. ability ::
2. adequacy ::
3. capability ::
4. capacity ::
5. competence ::
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