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|1.||"Bohai" brand was elected National salable brand and Shandong province famous brand, its general strength stands in the front rank in the same line.||1|
|2.||"Great Hierophant" is both the respectful title for the greatest spiritual leader by all the religions, also stands for his rank.||1|
|3.||"In this mechanised working face, this single shaft and single face ranks No 1 in China ... in the world we are No 1, " he says.||1|
|4.||"There is no set formula for erotic images, " says Rankin.||0|
|5.||18 per cent of women ranked sex as very important in their lives.||1|
|6.||1917 - Jeannette Rankin of Montana becomes the first female member of the United States House of Representatives.||0|
|7.||A ballet dancer who ranks above a member of the corps de ballet and below a soloist and who performs in small ensembles.||1|
|8.||A bishop in the Eastern Orthodox Church ranking immediately below a patriarch.||1|
|9.||A bishop of the highest rank, heading an archdiocese or a province.||1|
|10.||A booming economy, low unemployment and years of peace have made it difficult to replenish the graying ranks of white supremacists.||1|
|11.||A bugle blared and a bass voice shouted the command to break ranks.||1|
|12.||A captain in the navy ranks above a captain in the army.||1|
|13.||A captain ranks a commander in the navy.||1|
|14.||A cleric ranking just below a priest in the Anglican , Eastern Orthodox, and Roman churches.||1|
|15.||A college or university teacher who ranks above an associate professor.||1|
|16.||A commissioned officer in the British and Canadian navies ranking just below a lieutenant commander.||1|
|17.||A commissioned rank in the U. S. Navy or Coast Guard that is above lieutenant junior grade and below lieutenant commander.||1|
|18.||A commissioned rank in the U.S. Navy or Coast Guard that is below lieutenant junior grade.||1|
|19.||A commissioned rank in the U.S. Navy that above and below rear admiral.||1|
|20.||A comparison of this approach with simple exchange rate conversions changed the rankings.||1|
|21.||A familiar figure got out of the bus and walked straight to the cab rank.||1|
|22.||A feudal knight ranking between a knight bachelor and a baron was entitled to lead men into battle under his own standard.||1|
|23.||A few incredulous spectators watched as Paterson, ranked 23rd in the world, beat the champion.||1|
|24.||A few incredulous spectators watched as Paterson, ranked 23rd in the world,(This website/champion.html) beat the champion.||1|
|25.||A formerly broke freelance writer, he had risen through the alternative-weekly ranks reporting on race and hip-hop.||1|
|26.||A fundamental category of taxonomic classification, ranking below a genus or subgenus and consisting of related organisms capable of interbreeding.||1|
|27.||A further study on the correlations of variance and taxonomic ranks between taxa of Indigofera decora.||1|
|28.||A hard-charging corporate executive who once recommended books about Attila the Hun to an acquaintance, Mr. Sokol ranks his staff monthly based on whom he would fire first.||1|
|29.||A Health Care Commission was set up to rank hundreds of treatments in order of priority, using a formula similar to QALYs.||1|
|30.||A high church official, ranking just below the pope, who has been appointed by a pope to membership in the College of Cardinals.||1|
ranks (plural noun) · the ranks (plural noun)
- a position in the hierarchy of the armed forces.
- a single line of soldiers or police officers drawn up abreast.
ranks (third person present) · ranked (past tense) · ranked (past participle) · ranking (present participle)
- give (someone or something) a rank or place within a grading system.
- arrange in a rank or ranks.
ranker (comparative adjective) · rankest (superlative adjective)
- (of vegetation) growing too thickly and coarsely.
- (especially of air or water) having a foul or offensive smell.
- (especially of something bad or deficient) complete and utter (used for emphasis).