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 (sĭs′tə-măt′ĭk) also sys·tem·at·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
1. Characterized by, based on, or constituting a system: systematic thought.
2. Working or done in a step-by-step manner; methodical: a systematic worker; a systematic approach.

sys′tem·at′i·cal·ly adv.
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Arranged or proceeding in a set, systematized pattern:
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Hence, it will result that the administration, the political counsels, and the judicial decisions of the national government will be more wise, systematical, and judicious than those of individual States, and consequently more satisfactory with respect to other nations, as well as more SAFE with respect to us.
What definite idea can a body attach to such expressions as "methodical Jack o' Dandy," or "a systematical Will o' the Wisp"?
However, a detailed, systematical theoretical derivation, criterion for step--size parameter selection of the ADALINE scheme was not presented in the available literatures [9-16].
Instead we are simply told that Mostari's commentary is "exceptional" and "systematical" and "well-organized"--claims that are hollow as long as we are not told what justifies the use of such epithets.
Erdogan also said that establishing auditing groups for financial institutions of systematical significance would be another effort to prevent crises.
Strauss and Corbin (1998, p.12) state that grounded theory is a process of systematical gathering and analyzing of data through research process, normally, data collection, analysis, and eventually assess the relationships between variables.
Thus, a formal and Systematical education had come into being in China.
The book reveals a breadth of historical and systematical expertise in law, council acts/capitularies, epistolary literature, and archival documents of the High Middle Ages; it therefore ranges between a strictly formal reference and a broadly accessible scholarly work The present edition is enhanced with a preface, by Gilbert Dahan, that provides biographical information on Blumenkranz, outlines the subjects and approach of the book, contrasts the general mood of the book with other scholarly investment in the same field, and briefly summarizes the subsequent research in the field triggered by the work.
In addition to this result, COBE initially registered a systematical deviation between the temperature of the monopole component of the microwave background, 2.730 [+ or -] 0.001 K, obtained by the direct measurements, and the temperature of the monopole 2.717 [+ or -] 0.003 K obtained from the 1st derivative of the monopole [24] (the 1st derivative was interpreted as the actual dipole component of the field).
Regarding to this point, the important influence of the contact time of oil and surfactant on the IFT of the compound system is studied through systematical experiments, which provides a proof for the effect of alkali on the ASP flooding, and the selection of the formula of ASP system.
Despite its resource limitations, working with its partner, The Advocates for Human Rights, Liberia's TRC is the first to systematical engage its Diaspora in the statement-giving process.

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