hierarchically

All Adverb
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  • Following this view of cities, it is possible to rank the world's cities hierarchically.
  • These six churches, while being in communion with each other are completely independent hierarchically.
  • These six churches, while being in communion with one another, are hierarchically independent.
  • According to him, the fellowship was divided into four hierarchically ordered groups.
  • To illustrate how lower actions get organized into more hierarchically complex actions, let us turn to a simple example.
  • Almost every system within the world is arranged hierarchically.
  • There is no master-slave structure in the network rather each node is hierarchically equal.
  • Some consider the three lowest levels as hierarchically ordered, but the three higher levels as parallel.
  • Like the ordinary courts, they are organized hierarchically with the state court systems under a federal appeals court.
  • Object classes are organized hierarchically in much the same manner as with object-oriented programming languages.
  • These churches, while being in communion with one another, are hierarchically independent.
  • Just as enterprises are themselves hierarchically organized, so are the different views provided by each type of architecture.
  • Management of most large farms was organized hierarchically on three levels.
  • This area, as well as others of this period, was characterized by a hierarchically organized society.
  • An economic system can be considered a part of the social system and hierarchically equal to the law system, political system, cultural, etc.
  • Both the Federal and the Local Police are built up hierarchically, with the same ranks.
  • This is usually not problematic, because lower level items are usually referred to hierarchically.
  • It is not that he rejected ascending lines, but that he came to consider them hierarchically less important.
  • These figures are arranged hierarchically, with the principal attachment figure at the top.
  • The idea was that nature followed a "rule of five" with five groups nested hierarchically.
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Meaning of hierarchically

  • adverb In a hierarchical manner
    hierarchically organized