hierarchically love


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  • adv. Of, relating to, or arranged in a hierarchy
  • adv. Pertaining to a transitive relation between objects by which they may be ordered into a hierarchy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a hierarchic manner; in conformity to ecclesiastical authority, influence, or interests; by a system of government resembling that of the church.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a hierarchical manner


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hierarchical +‎ -ly


  • An extension of this graph representation, namely hierarchically structured or compound graphs, in which a member of a biological network may recursively contain a sub-network of a somehow logically similar group of biological objects, provides many additional benefits for analysis of biological pathways, including reduction of complexity by decomposition into distinct components or modules.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • A highly requested feature for labels, though, comes from the world of folders: the ability to organize labels hierarchically, "Manu Cornet, software engineer at Google, explained.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • My first 3D demo, a hierarchically modelled scene using OpenGL, including ms3d model loading and skeletal animation.

    Demos and Games : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • It concerns the division of the world, hierarchically, into microcells.

    Comms Library Progress : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • If viewed hierarchically, this model has an organizational criterion of ancestor-descendant relationship, and the entity at the highest level of organization is first life.

    About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'

  • Many liturgical acts are hierarchically ordered: with a role for the Bishop and priest, for the deacon, for those lay people who are assigned a liturgical role as defined by the Church, and for all the people of God.


  • We knocked the stuffing out of the stratified, hierarchically organized wuss teams.

    [Repeat to fade] | clusterflock

  • His advisors consistently used "terrorist network" to refer to hierarchically organized, top-down command and control structures, with globalized reach connecting like-minded groups.

    Philip N. Howard: A State Department 2.0 Response to the Arab Spring

  • All of the facts discovered by scientists working in narrow specializations turn out to be hierarchically organized by chronology, scale and thresholds of emergent complexity.

    William Grassie: Big History: Engaging the New Narrative of Science

  • Furthermore, they are related to each other, often hierarchically.

    World Wide Mind


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