Systematic

According to some kind of system. It does not have to be particularly logical- for example, consistently naming chemicals you don't like after people you don't like would be an example of systematic, but irrational, nomenclature.
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Systematic

Common to all businesses.
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systematic

[adj] - characterized by order and planning
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Systematic

An organised, structured way of doing something.
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systematic

1. <biology> Pertaining or according to a system. ... 2. <study> Systematics is the science of naming and classifying organisms in regard to their natural relationships, deals with populations, species and higher taxa. ... See: taxonomy. ... Origin: Gr. Systematikos ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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systematic

adjective characterized by order and planning; `the investigation was very systematic`; `a systematic administrator`
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Systematic

• (a.) Alt. of Systematical
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systematic

(Gr. systmatikos) pertaining or according to a system.
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Systematic

Common to all businesses.
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Systematic

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systematic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sis′tĕ-mat′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to a system in any sense; arranged according to a system.
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Systematic

Customized hybrid instruments created by blending an underlying price on a cash instrument with the
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