Definition of Rankings
1. Noun. (plural of ranking) ¹
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Definition of Rankings
1. ranking [n] - See also: ranking
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Literary usage of Rankings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. School Statistics and Publicity by Carter Alexander (1919)
"How are tie rankings within one or more distributions to be treated when being combined with rankings from the other distribution? For example, one judge in ..."
2. Chinese Students in America: Qualities Associated with Their Success by Jennings Pinkwei Chu (1922)
"I. TRANSMUTATION OF rankings INTO SIGMA POSITIONS When the rankings were returned, it was found that they were extremely unwieldy and irregular. ..."
3. Wheat Production in Bangladesh: Technological, Economic, and Policy Issues by Michael L. Morris, Nuimuddin Chowdhury, Craig Meisner (1997)
"For example, a decline in wheat prices of 10 percent would lower the profitability of nonirrigated wheat below that of pulses. The profitability rankings in ..."
4. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"ACT CONCERNING JUDICIAL SALES AND rankings AT THE IX- STANCE OF CREDITORS, ... and rankings at the instance of creditors, require to be further amended and ..."
5. The Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide. edited by Joseph T Whittelsey, Irving C Wright (1915)
"THE NATIONAL rankings THE National rankings for the season of prepared by Messrs. Fred C. Inman, Walter L. Pate and W. Merrill Hall, all of New York was a ..."
6. Analysis of Service of Heirs, Transference of Lands, Burgage Tenure by William Alexander (1847)
"ADJUDICATIONS AND rankings AND SALE. Bills for Bills for Summonses of Adjudication and of Ranking ..."
7. Assessing the Effects of Fire Disturbance on Ecosystems: A Scientific Agenda by Daniel L. Schmoldt (2000)
"Combining importance rankings and practicality rankings for responses to the second most ... The following analyses examine rankings of both importance and ..."