- adj. Throughout a system.
- system + -wide (Wiktionary)
“Such numbers translate into big savings for railroads, which figure that each mile per hour of speed they can add systemwide translates into fewer cars, locomotives and crew members.”
“From the vantage point of a year later, maybe the problem is not that financiers lost too much but that they lost too little - systemwide, that is: obviously Lehman staff paid a high price.”
“An alternative approach, which has been called systemwide or macroprudential oversight, would broaden the mandate of regulators and supervisors to encompass consideration of potential systemic risks and weaknesses as well.”
“But the regulators concluded on Thursday that the life insurers "did not make a case that they had some kind of systemwide emergency that required us to do this," New York Insurance Superintendent Eric Dinallo said on the conference call.”
“The White House insists the president wants to conduct a "systemwide" probe of the detainee issue.”
“The Broad Prize winners I have examined demonstrate the effectiveness of this kind of systemwide approach.”
“NJ Transit says it will cross-honor tickets systemwide, meaning train tickets can be used for buses and vice versa.”
“People have the mistaken impression that there's some kind of systemwide failure," LaVelle said.”
“People have the mistaken impression that there's some kind of systemwide failure," meter spokeswoman Avis LaVelle told the”
“VP-Marketing Charles McKee said the carrier ultimately plans "systemwide" deployment.”
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