low-ranking

Translations

low-ranking

[ˌləʊˈræŋkɪŋ] ADJ (Mil) [official] → de baja graduación
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However, low-ranking members of Anwar's encounter team have been nabbed by authorities.
He said the relevant rules were clear that locals were to be given priority at least in low-ranking government jobs.
He maintained that making low-ranking police officers OSD (officer on special duty) will make no difference.
Summary: Seoul [South Korea], Dec 21 (ANI): A low-ranking North Korean soldier defected to South Korea on early Thursday morning across the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between the two countries.
The low-ranking policemen organized a strike in January to protest an Interior Ministry decision changing their annual leave and working days.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 8 June 2017: Zagazig Criminal Court has approved the decision of the Grand Mufti to apply the death sentences to 11 criminals including a low-ranking officer, for committing murder in Sharqia.
Low-ranking monkeys were harassed more and not only did they receive more flak, but they also lacked a shoulder to cry on.
And President Digong didn't even tell Bato that there was such a huge cash bonus for police officials or low-ranking cops.
Caught between reciprocating strategies of deception between security forces and Islamic State (IS) affiliated militant group "Sinai Province", two low-ranking police officers were arrested over charges of collaborating with the Islamist militants.
PRAI also made an issue about how HB 6268's compensation scheme would make high-ranking employees receive a whopping increase while low-ranking workers will have "an increase of a measly hundreds of pesos per tranche.
JOHNNY DEPP'S FBI agent goes deep undercover to infiltrate the Mafia, in Donnie Brasco (tonight, 5USA, 10pm) and ends up being tak-taken under the wing of a low-ranking older gangster (Al Pacino).
JOHNNY DEPP'S FBI agent goes deep undercover to infiltrate the Mafia, in Donnie Brasco (tonight, 5USA, 10pm) and ends up being tak- taken under the wing of a low-ranking older gangster (Al Pacino).