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7. He has all the credentials for the job.
8. She was asked to show her press credentials.
9. City established their championship credentials with a 6?0 win.
10. Both candidates for the job have excellent credentials.
11. She has impeccable credentials as a researcher.
12. She will first have to establish her leadership credentials.
13. Her academic credentials include an MA and a PhD.
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15. I examined his credentials.
16. Britain's new ambassador to Lebanon has presented his credentials to the President.
17. There are doubts over his credentials as a future Prime Minister.
18. Dole possesses excellent credentials for the presidency.
19. Like Major, Neil Kinnock's sporting credentials are beyond reproach.
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21. On Wednesday, Sundram insisted his credentials fit that mold.
22. New theories about education challenged women's intellectual credentials since most of them lacked a knowledge of the classics.
23. Volcker may have had exalted credentials as a central banker, but he was not deemed politically safe enough by Ronald Reagan.
24. Jacobson has solid liberal credentials, but he's not that kind of leftist.
25. She obtained press credentials from two publications to work as a journalist.
26. He spent the first part of the interview trying to establish his credentials as a financial expert.
27. The President will be drawn into a damaging battle in which his credentials will be on trial.
28. And those are just a few with Hall of Fame or near Hall of Fame credentials.
29. McCord had been carrying an application for college press credentials for the Democratic convention when he was arrested.
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