If he can temper those tendencies, the debate could propel him to the first tier of the race.
YouTube is already part of their mainstream culture, rather than being this second tier of media.
Students flaunted their five other offers, even at state schools or schools not in our tier.
Megan: What happens to people who graduate from second or third tier schools?
So how might the members of our Republican second tier make their precious moments on camera sparkle?
Between the arches, eighty to each story or tier, stood three-quarter columns.
This operation was repeated until a tier of slabs had been molded.
Close by us was the Grand Stand—tier on tier of dim thrones rising up toward the zenith.
Ranged about the walls, piled tier on tier, were black 94 cubes of sand and gravel.
The price has been raised, and two dollars is asked for the first tier.
"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."