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sche·mat·ic

 (skē-măt′ĭk, skĭ-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or in the form of a scheme or diagram.
n.
A structural or procedural diagram, especially of an electrical or mechanical system.

sche·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.schematically - in a schematic manner; "schematically outlined"
Translations
sematikusan

schematically

[skɪˈmætɪkəlɪ] ADVesquemáticamente

schematically

[skɪˈmætɪklɪ] advschematicamente
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In addition, the parking garage and the possibilities for further development on the site are schematically represent.
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More specifically, and perhaps somewhat too schematically, it is a phenomenology of the idea of the thinking and willing human person, as it developed since antiquity, was expanded by Christianity, and became partially derailed by nominalism.
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He also emphasized the need for value-addition in Pakistani products which if done schematically can essentially double the country's exports.
The other major strength of the volume derives from the comparative insights that are invited by the presentation of a geographically and functionally diverse set of case studies, which is schematically highlighted in Zaum's concluding chapter.
The Ecosystem Restoration program by RRC reflects that RRC schematically protects, preserves and fosters the forest area as the Earth's lung, the habitat for the wide variety of biodiversity and the source of the livelihood for the community living surrounding the work area of PT.
While Baloji's montage can only schematically approximate the complexities that connect and separate the various historical registers that it shockingly combines--among them primitive colonialism, Mobutu's Zairianization, and now the reality of postcolonial wreckage--his imagery, at its most powerful, conjures generations of apparitions still awaiting a just reckoning.
The heat exchanger configuration is shown schematically in Figure 1, and their geometrical and wettability properties are listed in Table 1.
Its Afterword observes that the book appears "in the era of five hundred billion words, when digital resources make it possible to scan corpuses of published writings of the past for the contours of how words change" and to see schematically "how words rise and decline" (173-74).