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- adv. In a methodical manner; with order.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a methodical manner; according to a method; with method or order.
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- adv. in a methodical manner
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I suppose accomplishing smaller amounts methodically is as effective, if not as impressive-seeming. miles to Minas Tirith: 114
Thus methodically is the life of our blessed Saviour written, as lives should be written, for the clearer proposing of the example of them.
Call methodically arranged the telegrams in order and read Brookshire the totals: two crew and three passengers killed near Van Horn, little money taken; two crew and two passengers killed near Falfurrias, little money taken; and three crew and four passengers killed near Deming, another military payroll lost.
Prendergast says his firm is "methodically" gaining ground.
"But they just kind of methodically took the football and took a lot of time off the clock, and that's all she wrote."
His left hand free now, the right fist clenched tight on the other Detonics, Rourke began'methodically'to search the dead man.
If you make that team kind of methodically go down the field, they will turn it over and screw it up like a lot of people do.
Once the foundation is established, Urban Outfitters can "methodically" bring the overseas operations in-house, he said.
Prosecutor Rob Parker said in his opening statement that Edwards knew what he was doing and understood the consequences when he "methodically" beat then strangled Muscovitz. Edwards 'brother and guardian, Brent Edwards, was in jail at the time of the killing.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said he would act swiftly but "methodically" to carry out the plan.