A tiered licensing system could apply to different types of weapons.
“All training is tiered to the level of risk each person may encounter,” said USAMRIID spokeswoman Caree Vander Linden.
But then he vowed to hold the line against a tiered system of justice in America.
Or use the Julia Child approach and sauté the vegetables before intricately layering them to create a tiered casserole?
Over the trees the great clouds go, tiered, stately, like ships of the line bright with canvas.
The tiered walls of logs arose to the sighs and groans of the Nulato Indians.
Brittain stepped down the tiered floor and took a rear seat near a frightened-looking blonde girl.
She rose and, lighting the wick at the wavering crown of tiered tapers, placed it so that it dominated all the rest.
The tiered clouds float over Malmaison, and the slate roof sparkles in the sun.
Now, it was the proudly an tiered stag, careering free over miles and miles of waste.
"row, rank, range," 1560s, from Middle French tire, from Old French tire "rank, sequence, order" (early 13c.), probably from tirer "to draw, draw out" (see tirade). Some suggests the French noun is from a Germanic source akin to Old High German ziari, German Zier "adornment," Old English tir "glory, honor."