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fully qualified

A complete address in the computer. For example, the Windows path \budgets\2003 is not fully qualified, but c:\budgets\2003 is, because the latter contains the hard drive (c:), which expresses the full path. See FQDN.
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AA president Edmund King said: "Many driving schools charge as if it's a fully qualified instructor but give you a trainee.
Anyone interested can contact the British Acupuncture Council for advice and information on where to find a fully qualified acupuncturist locally.
Kaplan insisted that it didn't matter whether a fully qualified surgeon or a doctor who was training to be a surgeon did the actual surgery.
His college study involves learning about water-based plumbing for two years and then he'll do another year on gas appliances before becoming fully qualified.
Fully qualified driving instructors should display a green badge in their windscreen, next to the tax disc.
Former King Henry VIII School pupil Karen Sandhu, 23, has joined Button Legal, in Warwick Road, city centre, while colleague and former Princethorpe College pupil Adam Watts has recently fully qualified as a solicitor.
I and many other fully qualified engineers will be offended by your comments, although I shouldn't be surprised as you are probably one of the many brainwashed students convinced that a shiny set ofA-levels and a meaningless degree in an obscure subject set you above the rest.
League Managers Association boss John Barnwell wants Wigley banned because he is not fully qualified.
The correct figure is pounds 21,500 and this is only when he or she is fully qualified.
MicroStack Profiles is fully qualified to Bluetooth Specification version 1.
PUPILS taking driving lessons should check that they are getting tuition from a fully qualified instructor - or query the cost of lessons, says the AA.
Prospective members of the team spend nearly two years in training before they are fully qualified, Jenkins added.

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