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Adj.1.higher-ranking - having a higher rank; "superior officer"
senior - older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service; "senior officer"
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' The latter would focus on preventative measures instead of 'due accountability' after identifying individual judges and their activities in detail as well as the involvement of higher-ranking justices _ possibly former Supreme Court Chief Justice Yang Sung-tae.
KIDAPAWAN CITY -- The military on Saturday reported that soldiers had killed one of North Cotabato's higher-ranking communist leaders and one of his companions during a clash in Magpet town on Friday.
Players can also visit towns built by other higher-ranking players.
One of the higher-ranking officers was also accused of forging an official document pertaining to the dates of the arrest and questioning of the two other detainees who were also allegedly tortured and beaten up.
Screams and fear barks were only given from a lower-ranking to a higher-ranking baboon, while threat grunts were given only from a higher-ranking to a lower-ranking baboon.
The score achieved by Temple Park Centre was 74%, which was an improvement on its previous result and puts it among the higher-ranking centres in the UK.
A sponsor, on the other hand, acts as an advocate for a professional who is looking to move to higher-ranking positions.
As the constitution was nearing its final draft last August and women's rights remained one of the unresolved issues, Zakia Hakki, a Kurdish lawyer who was appointed one of Iraq's first female judges in 1959, told me how higher-ranking Kurdish officials instructed her to abandon the debate because they were more concerned about bargaining over Kirkuk.