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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of systematize.


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  • Delusional disorder or simple delusional disorder if hallucinations are absent as currently defined phenomenologically, is characterized by systematized delusional ideas; no prominent affective features; no first-rank symptoms or formal thought disorder; and little, if any, emotional blunting or personality deterioration.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • But, of course, what is now predominant in the villages is the fear of being "systematized," with seven or eight thousand villages threatened with being razed.

    Making the History of 1989

  • You will be far more effective in the long term with just one properly "systematized" gun than with a half dozen guns for which you have just a random few accessories or spares.

  • He cites James Cone, a distinguished professor at New York's Union Theological Seminary, whom he credits for having "systematized" this strain of Christianity.

    YID With LID

  • This is the reason why it does not suffice to him that all should be ready, in case of need, to postpone their personal interests and inclinations to the requirements of the general good: he demands that each should regard as vicious any care at all for his personal interests, except as a means to the good of others -- should be ashamed of it, should strive to cure himself of it, because his existence is not "systematized," is not in "complete unity," as long as he cares for more than one thing.

    Auguste Comte and Positivism

  • < p font: = "font:" times = "times" new = "new" > Peggy Hamill, state director of Pro-Life Wisconsin, responded by saying that many government-endorsed civil rights stances, such as systematized racism, have been rescinded in America's history and the ruling of

    Badger Herald: News Updates

  • Here not only has the process of setting up and breaking down for family meal been systematized, with its assigned seats and dedicated tasks; so has the meal itself.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • The musicologist Ludwig von Köchel systematized, cataloged and published the musical output of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart—he's the "K" that denotes a particular Mozart composition.

    Follow the Money

  • Hence they also have had little common knowledge that could be systematized for use in the education of intending teachers.

    Jack Jennings: A Ray of Sunlight in Education

  • And, in education policy-speak, the systematized, highly structured methodologies are scalable, easily replicated and exported to other schools.

    Steve Nelson: Waiting For Superman? Don't Hold Your Breath


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