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AcronymDefinition
DSQDisqualified
DSQDanish String Quartet
DSQDisability Services Queensland (Australia)
DSQDomestic Servant Quarter
DSQDéveloppement Social des Quartiers (French: Social Development of Neighborhoods)
DSQDownstream Quartz (semiconductors)
DSQDelta Saxophone Quartet (est. 1984; UK)
DSQDecoupled Source Quartz (semiconductors)
DSQDemisemiquaver
DSQDirected Study Questions
DSQDirectorate for Standards and Quality (Vietnam)
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"My dear voters and my people of Maski assembly constituency, I assure you of getting justice in Supreme Court after Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar disqualified us from the assembly.
The lowest number was recorded in 2015, when 8,067 motorists received endorsements for driving while disqualified.
Simon spokesp Insu cle tho Williams, spokesperson for RAC Insurance, said: "It's clearly good news that the number of people caught driving while disqualified has fallen in the last year.
The lowest number was recorded in 2015, when 538 motorists received endorsements for driving while disqualified.
They were of the view that a disqualified person has no such legal and constitutional mandate even to have sitting in such meetings for being dishonest and untruthful as termed by the apex court.
Some 1,146 people were directly disqualified for the offences in 2016/17 in the county, the latest figures available have shown.
"I am disqualified, anyone who says that I am not should also be held in contempt of court and hence be disqualified," he said.
He had been disqualified from driving just two months earlier.
If the Comelec will approve it, they will be disqualified,' Ano was quoted as saying.
Rai Hassan, who had clinched Sahiwal's NA-162 constituency from a PTI ticket in the 2013 general election, was disqualified in 2015 after the runner-up had challenged his victory.
In February, an application was submitted to the ECP asking for the PML-N to be de-notified, arguing that 'a party can't be registered with the name of a disqualified person.'
Supporting PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi's stance, he said that those disqualified by the Supreme Court should not run the party's affairs.