hierarchically hierarchically


  • (adv) in a hierarchical manner


  1. The organization was hierarchically structured, with neighborhood groups, like cells, acting autonomously but in contact with higher levels.
  2. But prior experience in this case is conceptualized as a cumulatively acquired, hierarchically organized, and established body.
  3. Its members challenged the aristocracy's view that leisure was an end in itself and that society was best organized hierarchically.


  • Android App enables remote monitoring of IT infrastructure.

    PRTG for Android lets users remotely monitor IT infrastructure through any Android device running v4.0 and higher or Kindle Fire HD. Through app, administrators can view data, acknowledge alarms, and pause/resume monitoring for individual objects or entire groups. All sensor data from network is displayed hierarchically by probes, groups, and devices, and notification options can alert users to ...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: ThomasNet


  • "The generalization is that family relationships are in flux," says Lakoff. "The different reasons - divorce, geographical mobility, issues about age and not wanting to seem hierarchically older or wanting the appearance of equality - all go...
    on Apr 26, 2007 By: Robin Lakoff Source: Inside Bay Area

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