(i) an aggregate is senior to a monocycle;
(ii) of aggregates, the senior is that containing the largest number of individual rings;
(iii) of aggregates containing the same number of individual rings, the senior is that containing the largest ring;
(iv) if aggregates consist of equal numbers of equal rings the senior is the first occurring in the alphabetical list of names.
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