GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. inferior in rank or status.
- adj. inferior in rank or status
“Many lower-ranking officials recruited by Ms. Rhee and attracted by the prospect of serious reform will feel comfortable staying on.”
“Hor told reporters Monday that if the prosecutions were expanded to include lower-ranking Khmer Rouge officials "it could jeopardize peace and stability.”
“The arrest is in connection with an alleged Internet campaign launched by lower-ranking military officers aimed at discrediting the Islamic-leaning government.”
“The IMF sent a lower-ranking official to Brussels in his place who had no latitude to deviate from the IMF's deadline.”
“Lawmakers began turning the spotlight to lower-ranking executives, with Sen. Stabenow saying the committee is talking to back-office personnel about what happened.”
“Alluding again to his longtime interest in the Kremlin, Mr. Gates said studying the Soviets taught him that when multiple generations of lower-ranking officials believe in reforms, they are much harder to undo.”
“Those drone strikes killed dozens of lower-ranking militants and at least ten mid-and upper-level leaders within al-Qaeda or the Taliban.”
“Last week, al-Issawi disclosed a plan to remove top commanders at the Interior Ministry and replace them with lower-ranking officials, aiming at reforming the most hated institution in Egypt after decades of being the heavy hand for Mubarak and his predecessors.”
“The response to the oil spill will continue, under the command of a lower-ranking Coast Guard admiral based in New Orleans.”
“It also took lower-ranking officers who were creative and adaptable.”
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