Did you perchance mean hierarchy?
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“If I may add a bit of perspective to it, another piece that is missing from the heirarchy is the circular nature of it.”
“The second level of the heirarchy is the subseries, in this case "Personal and Family.”
“The other issue with going off of the minimum housing code is that the City is not enforcing any kind of heirarchy of problems.”
“Essentially there is going to be some kind of heirarchy of languages in the end.”
“What might need more unpacking is wether he believes religion may be a necessary evil for some or most people (Hello Straussians!) and if merely accepting a religious doctrine, independent of any social power strucuture (like becoming a Bhuddist, for instance) is just as sure a road to ruin, since Bhuddism tends to have a rather firm social justice component even though it has no mythology or heirarchy.”
“Don't know if that's an example of the same thing, or just the heirarchy of that particlar household.”
“She is under the thumb of a dishonourable male heirarchy who would brush such sinister accusations under the carpet - causing her to doubt her place in the church and ultimately her faith.”
“Hey ralph, it seems a subordinate is trying desperately to rise in the social heirarchy by attempting to build a social affiliation with a higher ranking member of the troop ….”
“The police heirarchy had decided that to be white, male and a police officer was offensive to all the senses.”
“But when we arrange most organisms by traits, we find that they naturally form a nested heirarchy.”
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