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Noun1.paygrade - rank in a military organizationpaygrade - rank in a military organization  
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
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Probably one of those NHRA Pro Stockers, but they're a little above my pay grade.
St Helens Councilalso shared their pay grade for refuse collectors and loaders, which currently stands at [pounds sterling]18,426.
During the talks, union chiefs disclosed they had documents indicating the highest pay grade within Active Stirling had increased to PS85,000, which was assumed to be the salary enjoyed by Mr Bain.
But in its response, the BMO said Atiku's comment on the country's debt profile is a clear example of a person dabbling in a matter beyond his pay grade.
There will be an increase in the salary for the two posts as it changes the pay grade from level one (PS70,267-PS72,422 per annum) to level two (PS85,689-PS88,321 per annum).
Secondly, if anyone is writing generic content, he or she deserves a high pay grade.
According to an internal letter sighted by Malay Mail, Zulkifli will be allowed to retain his civil service pay grade, his rank of commissioner as well as his current pay.
According to sources, the board is contemplating a new line of approach which could see less centrally contracted players than before but with a higher pay grade.
Spanish newspaper "Marca" reported that Ronaldo wanted to receive a salary of e1/425 million ($29.3 million) to be on the same pay grade as Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Staff affected have been offered either a lower grade role and drop in salary of around PS4,000 or an alternative job at the same pay grade in other council departments.
Employees at the time demanded a series of reforms, including an extra month of salary and the application of a pay grade scale.
"That is above my pay grade, I just deal with the team here."