tier structure

tier structure

A multistory framed building.
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need to consider multiple factors before making changes to their private brand tier structure.
The model tier structure is the same as for the existing car, meaning there are '1', '1 Air', '2' and '3' specification levels.
The Bill is an integral part of the reforms proposed in the higher education sector and provides an alternate mechanism for dispute redressal through its two- tier structure of tribunals at the Centre and state levels.
The COMMITS NexGen tier structure, which includes a range of sizes of small business contractors and allows similar size contractors to compete against each other, is unique among other similar contracts.
COMMITS operates under a unique tier structure, which allows similar-size contractors to compete against each other for task orders.
While the pyramidal tier structure has long dominated the relationship between carmakers and parts suppliers throughout the world, the keiretsu system kept Japanese suppliers especially bound to OEMs because of cross shareholdings.
There are 18 styles in the range which has a three tier structure.
Parry has revealed that he is working with new American owners George Gillett and Tom Hicks to construct a single tier structure at the new Stanley Park ground and recreate the unique feel of the famous Anfield stand.
In addition, the system features restructured meta-tagging, which results in advanced keyword searching providing a tier structure by subject and topic to streamline usability.
GAA CHIEFS yesterday unveiled a new "pathway to glory and progress" for the country's weaker hurling teams - including a new three tier structure.
A briefing document says that accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates a pounds 21m annual saving if a single tier structure is introduced.
A briefing document says that accountants PricewaterhouseCoopers estimate a pounds 21m annual saving if a single tier structure is introduced.