[ US /ˈɹæŋkɪn/ ]
  1. leader in the women's suffrage movement in Montana; the first woman to serve in the United States House of Representatives (1880-1973)
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How To Use Rankin In A Sentence

  • Frankly I don't understand why most companies don't follow the same policy as franked income in the hands of shareholders is worth a lot more to them than huge piles of franking credits mouldering away in the company's balance sheet.
  • The recent U.S. ranking by the World Economic Forum of 48th out of 133 developed or developing nations in quality of math and science instruction is a siren call. Jacqueline Edelberg: Political Will
  • In addition to the bonfires and community aspect, there seems to be a tradition of pranking and general misbehavior.
  • The distinction between ranking and classification is an important one, even if it is lost on many in higher education.
  • Tayside Police admit the whistle-blower's inside knowledge shows he has to be a high-ranking officer - at least an inspector and probably a superintendent.
  • Peer ranking requires each group member to rank the performance of all other members from best to worst. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions
  • One of Egypt's top-ranking admirals would be participating in sailboat races on the Nile River the same day.
  • The court martial highlighted confusion among high-ranking military officers about whether conditioning was lawful or not.
  • Figure 1 shows the cumulative absolute changes in bone mineral content/bone width and bone mineral density after ranking each patient by age.
  • The group consists of every woman officer in South Yorkshire Police from the rank of inspector to our highest ranking female officer, which at the moment is chief superintendent.
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