Class Ranks

Class Ranks

 

in the USSR, special ranks awarded to employees in the various bodies of the Procurator’s Office. The statute on class ranks of employees in the Procurator’s Office of the USSR was adopted by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on Oct. 28, 1980 (Vedomosti Verkhovnogo Soveta SSSR, 1980, no. 45, art. 950). The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR confers the ranks of state councillor of justice and state councillor of justice classes I, II, and III. The other ranks—including councillor of justice and junior councillor of justice—are awarded by the procurator-general of the USSR. Members of the Procurator’s Office who hold class ranks must wear uniforms with identifying insignia during the performance of their official duties.

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Our data do not include the students' class ranks, so we construct them ourselves following the procedure used by the district.
Request For Proposals: Supply service uniforms (men~s suit, women suit, women~s blouse, men~s shirt, tie, shoes for men and women) for judges and class ranks with employees of the Arbitration Court of Kurgan region
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The Fund's Institutional Class ranks in the 19th percentile for the three-year annualized period out of 767 funds, and in the 11th percentile for the five-year annualized period out of 710 funds, respectively, through 9/30/13, according to Morningstar.
Samson, an assistant sociology professor at the University of Miami, found that White evaluators were willing to apply different standards based on an applicant's race and the demographics of the college, admitting White applicants with lower class ranks.
The commission for nomination of public and municipal servants for ranks drafted the presidential order on awarding class ranks for around 80 MPs and some officials.
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Keep the class ranks, the valedictorians and the salutatorians.
We used class ranks in the corporate finance class rather than the average class grade in order to allow for the different grading schemes of the various faculty (such as the differences in grading found in tests of hypothesis 1).
Individuals with lower class ranks, regardless of their standardized scores, were less likely to remain in the program.
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