middle-ranking

Translations

middle-ranking

[ˈmɪdlˈræŋkɪŋ] ADJ [official] → medio
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He orchestrates a chance encounter with middle-ranking Israeli politician Micha Eshel (Lior Ashkenazi).
He was Jean Raspail, a forgotten French writer, author of some 45 books, and he was granted a meeting with a middle-ranking diplomat from the British embassy in Paris.
More than 10,500 gardai, including 150 middle-ranking officers in the Association Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI), are preparing to carry out industrial action on November 4, 11, 18 and 25.
The arrested were mainly categorised as middle-ranking Brotherhood members, members of specialised committees, or people wanted pending court sentences.
That will lead to teachers, police officers and many others in middle-ranking occupations unable to pay.
She was demoted from the cabinet to a middle-ranking FCO post in 2012 and became minister for faith and communities at the same time.
Yet the obligation is just to get "as many fuel-just to get "as many fuelpoor homes as reasonpoor homes as reasonably practicable" to a ably practicable" to a middle-ranking energy-middle-ranking energyefficiency level - and even then not efficiency level - and even then not until 2030.
Summary: Lieutenant Colonel shoots dead his brother when middle-ranking Qaeda operative comes to visit relatives in village of Mikras.
Others included 57 top- and middle-ranking army officers as well as several civilians.
MIDDLE-ranking firms in Yorkshire are the unsung heroes of the region's economic recovery, it is claimed.
The Cardinal used an analogy--one set in the time of World War II--to further explain the purpose of the V8: "Field Marshall Montgomery had a core of middle-ranking officers who worked with him in Headquarters mostly on motorbikes and cycles.
3 per cent more when they were 30 than a similar child who gained a middle-ranking score in the subject.