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  • 1 Order of St. Patrick — Order of Saint Patrick Insignia of a Knight of the Order of St. Patrick Awarded by the Queen of the United Kingdom Type Or …

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  • 2 Order of Canada — Insignia of a Member of the Order of Canada Awarded by the …

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  • 3 rank — rank1 [raŋk] n. [MFr renc < OFr ranc, renc: see RANGE] 1. a row, line, or series 2. an orderly arrangement 3. a social division or class; stratum of society [people from all ranks of life] 4. a high position in society; high degree; eminence …

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  • 4 Order (biology) — This article is about the taxonomic rank. For the sequence of species in a taxonomic list, see taxonomic order …

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  • 5 Order of the British Empire — For other uses, see disambiguations CBE, DBE, GBE, KBE, MBE, or OBE Order of the British Empire Grand Cross s star of the Order of the …

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  • 6 rank — ▪ I. rank rank 1 [ræŋk] noun [countable] 1. a particular level of job in an organization, especially a government organization or the army: • His father retired with the rank of major. • Knight Ridder named Maxwell King, 46, to succeed Mr.… …

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  • 7 Rank insignia of the German armed forces — The ranks of the German armed forces, known collectively as the Bundeswehr, were set up by the President with the Anordnung des Bundespräsidenten über die Dienstgradbezeichnungen und die Uniform der Soldaten on the basis of section 4, paragraph 3 …

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  • 8 rank — 1 noun 1 POSITION IN ARMY/ORGANIZATION (C, U) the position or level that someone holds in an organization, especially in the police or armed forces: promotion to the rank of General | high/senior/low/junior rank: Bates is very young to hold such… …

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  • 9 rank — rank1 W3 [ræŋk] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(position in army/organization)¦ 2 the ranks 3 break ranks 4¦(line)¦ 5 pull rank (on somebody) 6¦(quality)¦ 7¦(social class)¦ 8¦(taxi)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; …

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  • 10 Order statistic — Probability distributions for the n = 5 order statistics of an exponential distribution with θ = 3 In statistics, the kth order statistic of a statistical sample is equal to its kth smallest value. Together with rank statistics, order statistics… …

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  • 11 Order of the Falcon — The Order of the Falcon or Hin íslenska fálkaorða is a national Order of Iceland, established on July 3, 1921 by King Christian X of Denmark and Iceland. Contents 1 History and appointments 2 Classes 3 Insignia …

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  • 12 Order of the Garter — Arms of the Order of the Garter Awarded by the Sovereign of the United Kingdom …

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  • 13 Order of the Bath — Badge of a Companion of the Order of the Bath (Military Division) Awarded by the Queen of the United Kingdom Motto TRIA IUNCTA IN UNO …

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  • 14 Order of the House of Orange — Huisorde van Oranje The Knight s Cross of the Order of the House of Orange Awarded by …

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  • 15 Order of Leopold II — Ordre de Léopold II Orde van Leopold II Commander s cross of the Order of Leopold II Awarded by …

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  • 16 Order of the Star of Romania — The Collar (Sash) of The Star of Romania Awarded by The King of the Romanians (1877 1947) The President of Romania …

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  • 17 Order of Leopold (Belgium) — Order of Leopold Ordre de Léopold Leopoldsorde Chiang Kai shek s Order of Leopold (Grand Cordon) Awarded by …

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  • 18 Order of the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean — Order of the Star key Of the Indian Ocean[1] Awarded by the President of the Republic Of Mauritius Type …

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  • 19 Order of the Dannebrog — Dannebrogordenen Order of the Dannebrog, Breast Star with Grand Cross, unofficial model Awarded by Denm …

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  • 20 Order — Or der, n. [OE. ordre, F. ordre, fr. L. ordo, ordinis. Cf. {Ordain}, {Ordinal}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Regular arrangement; any methodical or established succession or harmonious relation; method; system; as: (a) Of material things, like the books in …

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