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competent

Law (of a witness) having legal capacity; qualified to testify, etc.
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The county is determined to tackle the problem and has set an ambitious target that by 2020 every child leaving primary school in Conwy is able to swim competently - this means being able to swim at least 25m unaided.
The Central Election Commission (CEC) organized the process competently and election day proceeded in an orderly manner.
Objective: The Budget and Finance Committee of the Assembly fulfils its monitoring and legislative tasks efficiently and competently.
The member chose not to attend the hearing and provided the Discipline Committee with a written submission indicating that she is suffering from health conditions rendering her incapable of safely and competently practising nursing at this time and that she is unable to fulfill a condition of the Review Committee order, dated December 2, 2011.
The survey asked men and women whether they could competently perform a wide range of household tasks.
Daljit Bhatti, aged 23, was told by West Midlands Traffic Commissioner Nick Jones yesterday that "no-one could think you would run a business and run it competently and safely".
I believe they can competently replace key figures.
She did her job quietly and competently with no mistakes, and proved why she's rated so highly by the FA.
With their regular goalkeeper unavailable, Katie Kinlan and Ashleigh Leighton both deputised competently by playing a half each between the posts.
It also stems from HRH the Premier's firm confidence in the competence of Bahraini security forces and their continuous efforts to further develop and modernize, keeping abreast of contemporary strides, so as to continue assuming their role competently and ensure Bahrain's security and stability.
However, operating a public address system competently appears to be either not important enough to bother with or beyond their capabilities.
A WELSH policeman was among officers paid bonuses totalling more than pounds 150m a year for doing their jobs competently.