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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a ranking — typically by importance; or something with such a ranking — such as an organization of people
  • David always said Lexington was like the limestone on which it was built: layers of stratification, nuances of being and belonging, your place in the hierarchy fixed in stone long ago.
    p. 128.5

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