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Comedian John Cleese, in his memoir So Anyway..., described the social classes of his mother and father as "upper-uper-lower-middle class" and "middle-middle-middle-lower-middle class", respectively. Write a program that will sort individuals based on a labeling of their social standing by class.
The three main classes are upper, middle, and lower. Classes progress hierarchically from right to left. For example, lower-upper would come before lower-lower. There is also ordering within a class, so upper-upper is a higher class than middle-upper.
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