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  • If the player has no lives when they rank out, the game is over.
  • It finally turns out that he is of a higher rank than she.
  • It is ranked as one of the best trial films of all time.
  • Within each of these three ranks there are found a number of titles.
  • Points are used to rank the teams within a group.
  • However, their defense ranked second to last in the league in total yards allowed.
  • It is now often ranked among the all-time best TV shows.
  • Many of those who had to stay lost their jobs or lost their rank.
  • He is the only person to achieve five-star rank in two armed services.
  • By the time the war ended that year, he had gained the rank of lieutenant.
  • It is the highest rank military position in the country.
  • Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference, and then goals scored.
  • However, as the old ranks begin to die, people are able to change.
  • White starts with the king on the first rank to the right of the queen.
  • She later was promoted to major, a high rank for women.
  • Junior football is played by many after high school before joining the university ranks.
  • Status and rank play a powerful role in personal relationships, even within families.
  • Three key figures have been moved around in the company ranks.
  • Many even of his own men immediately took to flight and the English ranks were broken.
  • Any number of further ranks can be used as long as they are clearly defined.
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Meaning of rank

  • noun A row or line of people (especially soldiers or police) standing abreast of one another
    the entrance was guarded by ranks of policemen
  • noun Relative status
    his salary was determined by his rank and seniority
  • verb Take or have a position relative to others
    This painting ranks among the best in the Western World
  • verb Take precedence or surpass others in rank