middle-level


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Adj.1.middle-level - intermediate in rank or positionmiddle-level - intermediate in rank or position; "middle-level management"
inferior - of or characteristic of low rank or importance
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Global Banking News-May 6, 2015--Mashreq hires new middle-level managers
The fact that a small handful of libertarians or quasi-libertarians have gotten middle-level jobs in the administration means nothing except that a different cast of characters is fattening at the public trough and that their post-Washington careers will receive a substantial financial boost.
The middle-level students have intellectual curiosity that needs to be challenged, and they need the intellectual freedom to do so.
The "Association Staff Compensation and Benefits Study" includes 28 middle-level professional positions such as accountant, ad sales representative, compensation
The company said it tried to focus on the kind of community a middle-level manager would move to if he or she were transferred.
Over the next two months, middle-level and high schools
While Hollywood's leading films are as lucrative as ever, the much talked-about box office slump is evident in weak profitability of middle-level studio films and top independent movies, according to analysis of Kagan Research.
Two of them -- one middle-level and one high school student -- will be named Minnesota's top youth volunteers for 1998 next February.
Key Issues Institute is a national teacher-training workshop that provides middle-level educators with the skills and confidence to investigate environmental issues in a non-biased manner with their students.
Two of them -- one middle-level and one high school student -- will be named Texas' top youth volunteers for 1998 next February.
Over the next two months, middle-level and high schools throughout Arizona will again have the opportunity to select and honor their top student volunteers, and to nominate them for statewide and national recognition.
Two of them -- one middle-level and one high school student -- will be named Utah's top youth volunteers for 1998 next February.