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“The former Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee took his turn questioning Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor as one of the lowest-ranking Democrats - ahead of only the chamber's newest member, Al Franken of Minnesota.”
“During the 1993 congressional hearings that culminated in the passage of DADT, witness after witness, from the lowest-ranking enlisted personnel to the highest general, framed their testimony around this same argument.”
“The lowest-ranking countries in this year's survey included Liberia, Kenya, Nigeria and Pakistan.”
“Though Specter only has a few months left in office, it's important that the lowest-ranking Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee's subcommittee on the Department of State, foreign operations and related programs keep on top of things.”
“Take Zimbabwe, for instance, the lowest-ranking country in the Prosperity Index where some 80% of the population is unemployed.”
“The lowest-ranking states -- West Virginia, New Mexico, and Mississippi -- lag Serbia and Uruguay but edge out Romania, Brazil, and Kyrgyzstan.”
“Specter, the lowest-ranking Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee's subcommittee on foreign operations and one of the Senate's all-time foreign travelers, also spoke to 47 law students and professors - he lists every name - who attend a Temple University-sponsored program.”
“Every week the lowest-ranking performer is voted off the show until the field narrows to two - following the same logic as instant runoff voting.”
“The lowest-ranking state, according to the analysis by NEWSWEEK editors, was Louisiana.”
“The lowest-ranking warrant officers serve under a warrant, but they receive commissions from the president upon promotion to chief warrant officer 2.”
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