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  • ranks — ræŋk n. grade, level, classification; position, standing, status; row; column v. arrange in a line, arrange in a row; grade, classify, assign a rank adj. giving off a foul odor; fertile, productive, fruitful, growing vigorously …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Ranks of the People's Liberation Army — The People s Liberation Army has not always used ranks or insignia. In common with the practice of the Red Army at the time of its founding in 1927, neither were used until 1955 when a system of ranks was established. As a result of the Cultural… …   Wikipedia

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