Having an inferior rank or position in a particular hierarchy: lower-ranking union officials
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- However, accounts of complaining prisoners being beaten or harassed by lower-ranking personnel were much more common.
- Nevertheless she played secondary roles - the team reserve, lower-ranking international competitions.
- The fast-moving insurgency is forcing lower-ranking officers, who spend more time in the field, to take a more prominent role.
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