hierarchies

[ hahy-uh-rahr-kee, hahy-rahr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hierarchies
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIERARCHIES

A homely utterance, but it has virtue to overthrow all dynasties and hierarchies.

She began to get a faint perception of hierarchies and powers.

It is not the hierarchies of the past or the present of whom we have spoken.

At their feet were nine choirs of angels ranged by hierarchies upon the steps.

In the ninth heaven is a manifestation of the Divine Essence, viewed by three hierarchies of Angels.

The shamans do not appear to constitute a special caste or sacerdotal order, like the hierarchies of the Christian Churches.

The great Heavens overladen with their angel choirs and hierarchies tumble about the ears of people.

Above all is heaven, the hierarchies ascending row on row to reach the light of God.

It introduced patterns of interaction and hierarchies today interpreted wholesale as harmful to the entire development of women.

In the design effort that takes the lead here, hierarchies are abolished, and new interactions among people are stimulated.