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  • An attempt to duplicate the duar's systemology of mystical intersecting strings?

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • There is no reason to build in an expensive systemology to follow the movements of those who have with them the means to call for assistance.

    Lost And Found

  • I don't have a good word for it yet, but comparative solar systemology.

    Remarks By President And The First Lady At Millennium Event

  • Directions had been installed in the craft by the Enlightenment himself, operating in tandem with the flagship's systemology and utilizing the remarkable capabilities of his survival suit.

    Jed the Dead

  • A wizard with life-support systemology, but at heart he's a clown.

    The Metrognome and other Stories

  • A wizard with life? support systemology, but at heart he's a clown.

    The Metrognome and Other Stories

  • You have to be critical inĀ  examining the application of this systemology.

    TEDBUNDY

  • "War is a natural and understandable by-product of their lack of control and understanding of their own hormonal systemology," said a colleague.

    Quozl

  • Kate struggled to recall the schematics of the ship's atmo'sphere systemology, knowing their lives depended on it.

    The Black Hole

  • So many that we can now begin the process of "comparative solar-systemology" (that's not really the term).

    NPR Topics: News

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  • Systemology is the process by which a person or group creates and utilizes a framework in which to accomplish desired results. Systemology is the system of aligning all necessary resources in pursuit of key goals and outcomes. Systemology is the meta data surrounding the creation of an outcome organized in such a way that optimizes the accomplishment of the goal.

    October 20, 2014