Prepositions after "disqualify"

"disqualify from" or "disqualify for"?

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    In 57% of cases disqualify from is used
    A is disqualified from trying this case as a Magistrate.
    You can get a heavy fine, be disqualified from driving or even go to prison.
    Repeat offences could result in you being disqualified from driving indefinitely.
    McInerney has also been disqualified from being a company director for seven years.
    However we can't find in law any special reasons why you shouldn't be disqualified from driving.
    As he was driving a car while committing an offence O'Brien was also disqualified from driving for 12 months.
    Dr Ibad also held dual nationality and, therefore, should be disqualified from holing the office of governor.
    All announced candidates were disqualified from again standing for president once a new election format was selected.
    Second Level Student If you have just sat your Leaving Certificate, you are disqualified from claiming JA for 3 months.
    This means that even though a person has been disqualified from driving, they are allowed to continue earning an income.

    In 17% of cases disqualify for is used
    We disqualify for some Asian countries b/c my hubs maxed out on their upper age limit.
    If you repeat your Leaving Cert, you are also disqualified for 3 months after your last exam.
    If you left you second level education, but did not complete your Leaving Cert, you are disqualified for 3 months from the date of leaving school.
    Although he was officially disqualified for being overweight, Miresmaeli was awarded US$125,000 in prize money by the Iranian government, an amount paid to all Iranian gold medal winners.

    In 8% of cases disqualify under is used
    Unless otherwise disqualified under this Law, a person employed on Government duty outside Ghana who is a citizen of Qualification and eligibility of members of Parliament.
    Disqualification order 155(4) An interested person may apply to a court for an order declaring an auditor to be disqualified under this section and the office of auditor to be vacant.

    In 3% of cases disqualify after is used
    The men were disqualified after making yet another hash of a changeover, a tediously predictable turn-of-events.

    In 3% of cases disqualify at is used
    Some are disqualified at the newspaper's discretion for a number of different reasons.

    In 3% of cases disqualify because is used
    Several medalists in weightlifting and cross-country skiing were disqualified because of doping offenses.
    Marathon runner, with a super efficient artificial heart, you will be disqualified because of unloyal advantage over other runners with normal hearts.

    In 3% of cases disqualify in is used
    One promising site was disqualified in 1986 when it was unexpectedly reclassified as Class 1 Wetlands.

    In 1% of cases disqualify upon is used
    It all started when Fidelity bank were disqualified upon investigation by the disciplinary committee revealed that three players were not staff of the bank.

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