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Teams in the next group all have at least a 1 percent chance to win the title — but all are also clearly in a lower tier than the top three.

The bottom performance tier of lefties, unsurprisingly, trails even further behind.

The FT is planning another Global Boardroom event in November but with free and ticketed tiers starting at $65.

From Digiday

The next tier of distribution broadly depends on whether the US chooses to prioritize recipients’ personal risk or potential to spread the disease.

From Quartz

Now, with Bogdanović out and the Jazz needing to alter how they play, Mitchell has an opportunity to progress in areas that can nudge this team back toward the doorstep of a higher tier.

An appearance in even a third-tier bowl is worth a couple million dollars.

A two-tier system has been proposed, essentially creating a fast lane and a slow lane.

Among the second-tier candidates, Whitaker was prone to going for applause lines over substance.

The second-tier acts included The Black Keys, Mumford Sons, and more.

And if it were a football team, it would have been relegated to the second tier.

Put seven or eight plants on each stick and place them eight inches apart on tier poles.

Use in packing a plank or board, placing it against the front of the tier and bring the ends of the hands up against it.

In a box on the second tier sat the composers old father with his family.

He passes the cell-row on the opposite side, ascends the topmost tier, and finally reaches the ground floor containing my cell.

Past the tier of vacant cells, we ascend the stairway to the upper rotunda, on the left side of which is the Chaplain's office.

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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tier, such as: category, layer, row, bank, class, and course.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.