The rank of a coal should not be confused with its grade.
(a) Rank at the very top of surveys with identical questions.
Overheard on Conference Calls gave each city a living- and work-factors rank.
Each of the virtues presupposes a certain amount of culture, affluence, and social rank.
Life peers, whose rank is not heritable, are styled baron.
An individual weakened by injury, disease, or senility usually moves downward in rank.
To date, few such connections have been established, apart from that between job control and occupational rank.
In Northern Ireland - which uses a different electoral system - voters are able to rank the parties in order of preference.
Wrestlers of a lower rank will cook and clean for those of higher rank and will eat only after the higher ranks have eaten.
Though a heavyweight could swat a flyweight with ease in reality, in pound-for-pound lists a flyweight could rank higher than the heavyweight.
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The effect of the function r is to rank the states, i.e. a state of smaller rank is more normal than a state of higher rank.
The title sergeant major was introduced as a noncommissioned rank in the British service early in the 18th century and was elevated to warrant rank in 1881.
A taxonomic profile is usually calculated at a single specific taxonomic rank H and aims at providing of the number of reads attributable to each of the taxa at the given rank (such as a Genus-level profile).
Seven were first-rank captains, including two with Hero of Russia awards; three were second-rank captains; two were third-rank captains; one was a captain-lieutenant and one a lieutenant-colonel.
Genealogical rank is a distinctive feature of Polynesian societies, and music and dance pay allegiance to the rank-based sociopolitical structure, reflecting and validating the system of social distinctions and interpersonal relationships.
Andy Berry, from the organisation which represents rank and file officers up to the rank of chief inspector, tweeted that it was "not just because we’re busy enough but unbelievably some people don’t like police and the thought of officers at their door will put them off getting tested".
Andy Berry, from the organisation which represents rank and file officers up to the rank of chief inspector, was responding to plans to give police forces more details to investigate those suspected of failing to self-isolate, now a legal requirement if anyone is contacted by the service.
What emerged was a grotesque hierarchy perceived by the violators to equate rank among the women with rank within the camp command: the commander of Omarska, Zeljko Mejakic, had made it his business to "have" a woman called Jadranka Cigelj, as the senior official in the arch-enemy Croatian nationalist party.
Morganatic marriage, legally valid marriage between a male member of a sovereign, princely, or noble house and a woman of lesser birth or rank, with the provision that she shall not thereby accede to his rank and that the children of the marriage shall not succeed to their father’s hereditary dignities, fiefs, and entailed property.
- a row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another
Example: the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen
- take or have a position relative to others
Example: This painting ranks among the best in the Western World
- very fertile; producing profuse growth
Example: rank earth
- relative status
Example: his salary was determined by his rank and seniority
- assign a rank or rating to
Example: how would you rank these students?
- very offensive in smell or taste
Example: a rank cigar
- conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible
- take precedence or surpass others in rank
- the ordinary members of an organization (such as the enlisted soldiers of an army)
Example: the strike was supported by the union rank and file
- complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers
- position in a social hierarchy
- growing profusely
Example: rank jungle vegetation
- the body of members of an organization or group
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Morganatic marriage legally valid marriage between a male member of a sovereign princely or noble house and a woman of lesser birth or rank with the provision that she shall not thereby accede to his rank and that the children of the marriage shall not succeed to their fathers hereditary dignities fiefs and entailed property