Noun(1) a series of ordered groupings of people or things within a system(2) the organization of people at different ranks in an administrative body
(1) In general, a taxonomy need not be a hierarchy and might involve advanced concepts such as faceted classification.(2) In the 1950s Scotland's Catholic hierarchy embarked upon an ambitious programme of church building in an attempt to reconcile faith with modernity.(3) Both of these were indications that he was now reaching the upper echelons of the Nazi hierarchy .(4) On the other hand, family income and education, which may reflect rank in the social hierarchy , are strongly related to health.(5) The authority of the father was absolute, as the head of a hierarchy arranged by generation, age and sex, in which every member of the extended family was related in rank to every other.(6) At the bottom of this hierarchy was the vast Third Estate which basically meant everybody else, or about 25 million people.(7) The most important thing in the election of the chairman was not professional competence in the field, but activity within the Party and a sufficiently high status in the political hierarchy .(8) The Catholic hierarchy and clergy, drawn in large part from the rural bourgeoisie, had traditionally been uncomprehending and unsympathetic to the conditions of the urban working class.(9) As expected, the results show a clear-cut hierarchy with the upper class on the top rung of the ladder and the unskilled laborers on the bottom rung.(10) They are arranged in a hierarchy of increasing specificity.(11) Its work provides a model for future governance of the church, one in which the hierarchy will not only listen to, but also trust, the laity.(12) Then, when a section of code is run again, it moves up in the hierarchy and is scheduled for optimization, sections that only occur once usually don't get optimized.(13) Clericalism magnifies the importance of the hierarchy , but denies the importance of the laity.(14) Boys, on the other hand, tend to have more hierarchically organized groups than girls, and status in the hierarchy is paramount.(15) Navigation systems should be broken up into an order of hierarchy and importance, while maintaining a feel of cohesion with the rest of the site.(16) the magazine was read quite widely even by some of the hierarchy
(1) social hierarchy :: 社会的階層
1. pecking order ::
2. order ::
3. ranking ::
4. chain of command ::
6. gradation ::
7. ladder ::
8. scale ::
9. range ::
hierarchic, hierarchies, hierarchy
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