Rank and file
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Rank and file may refer to:
- A military term relating to the horizontal "ranks" (rows) and vertical "files" (columns) of individual foot-soldiers, exclusive of the officers
- Positions on a chess board in chess terminology
- A term derived from the above used to refer to enlisted rank troops, as opposed to the officers
- The individual members of a political organization or labor union, exclusive of its leadership
- Rank and file movement, a blanket term for informal, left-leaning, militant groups among British trade unionists, generally strenuously opposed to the union hierarchies and by them, and often facing expulsion
- Rank and File Movement, a militant movement which grew within the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers in the United States in 1934
- Rank and File (band), an American post-punk band
- The Rank and File, a 1971 BBC television play written by Jim Allen and directed by Ken Loach
- A variation of Forty Thieves (card game)
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