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rank

(rank),
1. The ordinal position of an observation in the set of observations of which it is a member.
2. To order a set of observations according to their rank.
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'Our stance is very clear and convey them rankly,' he said.
The case is rankly reminiscent of the 55 containers of garbage that entered the country in 2013 from Canada, the shipment also misrepresented as recyclable plastic scraps.
ome rankly, "It is clear that some of our prisons have, frankly, fallen below the standards that we expect."
But this fifth album, basically a star vehicle for frontman Alex Turner, is the sound of wimpy hams trying to pass off rankly stylised lounge bar rock as an artistic statement.
Its frankly also where we see a lot of opportunity in markets like India where rankly, the super high end market is very small part of the market and is dominated only by very few brands.
Los niveles de RANKLy OPG fueron medidos a traves del estuche de ELISA (R&D System[R]).
Faust announces its motif of physical affliction in the opening sequence, as the camera plunges from the heavens, bypassing an ornate, tasseled mirror--perhaps intended to reflect Goethe's famous pronouncement that "behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows his image"--toward earth, its heavenly trajectory culminating in the rankly corporeal: a close-up of a cadaver's gray-green penis, blossoming with a single crimson pustule.