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He ranked with the Anzac and the Lowland Scot in the great adventure.
The last is the only one that can be ranked with modern comedies.
They were all ranked, and that publicly, as lovers of Her Majesty.
And please to say, whether he, too, should be ranked among those who have science.
Character may be ranked as having its natural place in the north.
Pennsylvania then ranked the second, numbering 434,373 persons.
The abside of the choir is ranked among the best Gothic works of the time.
These varieties, moreover, will be often ranked by some authors as species.
There they ranked, all still and wonderful between earth and heaven.
Next to him ranked Nicoletta; she would be at mass to-morrow—that would do.
early 14c., "row, line series;" c.1400, a row of an army, from Old French renc, ranc "row, line" (Modern French rang), from Frankish *hring or some other Germanic source (cf. Old High German hring "circle, ring"), from Proto-Germanic *khrengaz "circle, ring" (see ring (n.1)).
Meaning "a social division, class of persons" is from early 15c. Meaning "high station in society" is from early 15c. Meaning "a relative position" is from c.1600.