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- adv. In an organized manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a systematic manner; methodically.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a systematic manner; in the form of a system; methodically; with system, or deliberate method.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a systematic or consistent manner
Simonians, themselves influenced by the theocrats, were the first to use the term systematically in the mid-1820's, to refer to a complex of related elements which they held to characterize the modern “critical epoch” originating with the Reformation.
The engagement with an author which begins with his first novel and goes forward, one novel after the other, following a development systematically, is a very rare one.
Not until the 1980s did scientists begin systematically searching for asteroids near Earth.
"One potential solution is for primary care physicians and psychiatrists to begin systematically identifying and treating alcohol dependence in their patients," he says.
Fishing Strategy: To cover as much likely water with as little disturbance as possible, work systematically from the tail to the head and from near water to far.
Trotsky (Orwell's Snowball), Stalin systematically murders many.
She put advertisements in the local papers and left notices at some of the Beaminster shops, and, when these attempts produced no results, she called systematically on all the people she knew, and did her best -- very much against the grain -- to ask for pupils.
The importance of training for both officers and men may, in the words of an authority upon the subject, be summarized thus: "A sound system of training, like a good organization, must be built up systematically from the bottom."
It is therefore apparent that before his return to England he had determined to use the name systematically and to make its employment general as far as he could.
I have used the word systematically, because it seems to me that it is a system which pervades to a greater or less extent all congregations of all denominations, and is confined exclusively to no one.