systematic vs systemic

systematic systemic


  • 1) Carried out using a planned, ordered procedure
  • 2) proscribed Of, relating to, or being a system
  • 3) Of, or relating to taxonomic classification
  • 4) Methodical, regular and orderly
  • 5) Working or done in a step-by-step manner; methodical.
  • 6) Characterized by, based on, or constituting a system.
  • 7) See under Theology.
  • 8) Proceeding according to system, or regular method
  • 9) (Med.) Affecting successively the different parts of the system or set of nervous fibres.
  • 10) Of or pertaining to system; consisting in system; methodical; formed with regular connection and adaptation or subordination of parts to each other, and to the design of the whole
  • 11) Pertaining to the system of the world; cosmical.
  • 12) characterized by order and planning


  • 1) Embedded within and spread throughout and affecting a group, system, body, economy, market, or society as a whole.
  • 2) physiology Pertaining to an entire organism.
  • 3) Of or relating to systems or a system.
  • 4) Relating to or affecting the entire body or an entire organism.
  • 5) Relating to or affecting a particular body system, especially the nervous system.
  • 6) Physiology Of or relating to systemic circulation.
  • 7) (Anat. & Physiol.) Of or pertaining to the general system, or the body as a whole.
  • 8) Of or relating to a system; common to a system.
  • 9) See the Note under Death, n., 1.
  • 10) affecting an entire system


  • 1) We will take a rigorous and systematic approach to assessing and managing these issues.
  • 2) She said she was running away from systematic physical abuse by her husband.
  • 3) We need a systematic approach to sort out whether you have benefited from these adjustments.
  • 4) Or is it evidence of systematic abuse?
  • 5) They are disciplined and they are systematic in their approach to their job and their work.
  • 6) There is a case for a more systematic approach.
  • 7) Neither book has a systematic or coherent approach.
  • 8) This was systematic and vile abuse.
  • 9) But this was becoming systematic abuse.
  • 10) The books on systematic theology overlook this, but the wise will understand.
  • 11) Therefore, its return has twice as much systematic risk.
  • 12) Story was sidelined, in favour of what was seen as a more rational systematic theology.
  • 13) Just as in the capital asset pricing model, these systematic sources of risk should be priced.
  • 14) A week ago, there was a tremendous fear about systematic risk to the system.
  • 15) Before a company can consider how much of its country risk is systematic, it must be able to determine the risk in each country.
  • 16) Because an asset with a higher beta has more systematic risk, this asset is less desirable because the systematic risk cannot be diversified away.
  • 17) It is the first systematic account of the history of English public law and is no dry dusty musing but packed with forensic and creative writing.
  • 18) ‘Unless and until such a systematic method is introduced, the delay cannot be cut down.’
  • 19) ‘You may not achieve all of them, but a systematic plan gives you the best chance of doing so.’
  • 20) ‘We planned a systematic review to assess the evidence on the diagnostic impact of these and other signs and symptoms.’
  • 21) ‘How can he maintain that his data warrant a systematic search for support of his ideas?’
  • 22) ‘These are really issues of practical and systematic approaches to primary care.’
  • 23) ‘The first systematic review of this procedure was published in 1983.’
  • 24) ‘We believe this is the first systematic review to investigate the measurement of quality of data in primary care.’
  • 25) ‘Apparently his Manual of Theology was the first systematic theology by a Baptist in America.’
  • 26) ‘The pilot study facilitates a more systematic approach to actual data collection and analysis.’
  • 27) ‘Taking a more systematic approach will prevent you from having to move items around later.’
  • 28) ‘Of course, we do not complain about a more systematic approach to wharf and ship security.’
  • 29) ‘There has been little systematic evaluation of either adult basic education or community college remedial programs.’
  • 30) ‘New World wine regions are less systematic in their barrel preparation.’
  • 31) ‘After diagnosis, each patient was placed on similar treatment and had the same systematic evaluations performed.’
  • 32) ‘They also weren't as systematic in determining if they had a match as the adults where.’
  • 33) ‘Unfortunately neither their recovery nor all of their study have been very systematic.’
  • 34) ‘In addition, the influence of parental behavior has received little systematic attention.’
  • 35) ‘Data from other turtle species suggest that systematic differences in adult survival rates between sexes are rare.’
  • 36) ‘You have to be systematic, and you have to stay with it.’
  • 37) ‘We carefully examined whether taking this subset introduced any systematic bias into our sample.’


  • 1) They tended to flock to gold only when they scented systemic risk.
  • 2) It was a failure of the regulator not to see systemic risk.
  • 3) His characters are perpetrators and victims of petty fiddling and systemic corruption.
  • 4) The systemic weakness is demanding that vets employed for their clinical expertise make judgments with massive regulatory implications.
  • 5) British policing is in systemic crisis.
  • 6) There are still some systemic weaknesses.
  • 7) It will identify, monitor and take action to reduce systemic risks.
  • 8) Last week he warned of a systemic crisis in the European banking system.
  • 9) It's too soon to say that the systemic liquidity crisis is over.
  • 10) The Afghan people must understand that they are the losers from systemic corruption.
  • 11) Researchers at Oppenheimer say there is no systemic risk and insurers could fail and not spark a cataclysm.
  • 12) To identify systemic weaknesses is not to attack civil servants, whose best and brightest themselves want change.
  • 13) And the people on top of this situation do not see any such systemic risk in the economy's future.
  • 14) They uncovered systemic and large-scale corruption in the police and local government with little or no support from senior officers.
  • 15) Banking crisis; systemic risks soaring.
  • 16) I prefer manufactured systemic pesticides which are taken up in the plant sap and kill from the inside over a period of weeks.
  • 17) The Government's job is to address systemic risk.
  • 18) For five trains to fail points to systemic failure - something has changed, or been changed.
  • 19) It is a systemic crisis, he said, that will not change without true judicial independence.
  • 20) Trying to do things on a well-meaning ad hoc basis is also likely to lead to trouble, including a high risk of missing systemic problems.
  • 21) ‘And that's one of the reasons that I think we need real systemic reform, so that the checks and balances are in place.’
  • 22) ‘This is precisely why punitive taxation, while unfair in the short term, is fair in the long run - it will force a deeper, systemic change in the way we organise our city.’
  • 23) ‘This is a systemic failure and most of the civilian leadership of the Pentagon is implicated, either by omission or comission.’
  • 24) ‘Several forms of systemic therapy exist for psoriasis.’
  • 25) ‘We need to explore personal, family, community and systemic barriers that stand in the way of understanding and preventing suicides.’
  • 26) ‘I think that's one of the systemic problems that we have dealing with corporate responsibility in America right now.’
  • 27) ‘It is a systemic, chronic failure of management right across the totality of the agency.’
  • 28) ‘Charges stemming from arguing with guards are systemic.’
  • 29) ‘Yet in each instance, the flaw is singular, not systemic, and goes against things Leonardo demonstrated he knew very well in his other work.’
  • 30) ‘And we have found systemic, serious problems in the way our intelligence community has acted over time.’
  • 31) ‘Instead he highlights a series of systemic problems and suggests a number of psychological tendencies, to explain the vast gulf between claim and reality.’
  • 32) ‘Blind review is not the answer - the problem is far more systemic.’
  • 33) ‘Similarly, parents in this study reported that systemic therapy encouraged them to recognize their own contribution to family problems.’
  • 34) ‘More rarely, systemic vasculitis or other immunologic diseases have been observed.’
  • 35) ‘Skin lesions are identical to those seen in systemic small vessel vasculitis.’
  • 36) ‘The test detects low levels of a protein that indicates systemic inflammation in the body.’
  • 37) ‘But we have a real systemic problem on our hands.’
  • 38) ‘Have Aboriginal people changed, or is the problem systemic?’
  • 39) ‘Some patients may temporarily lapse into a vegetative state when systemic illness causes a reversible depression of the neural function.’
  • 40) ‘We are attempting to use examples of media bias to raise awareness of the deep systemic corruption afflicting the media.’
  • 41) ‘A single great artery leaves the heart and gives rise to the coronary, pulmonary, and systemic arterial circulation.’
  • 42) ‘Therefore the pulmonary and systemic circulations are in parallel and a communication between the two is needed.’
  • 43) ‘Even a minute difference between the outputs, if sustained, would very rapidly empty either the pulmonary or the systemic circulation.’
  • 44) ‘Aortograms are performed in order to define the systemic blood supply and venous drainage.’
  • 45) ‘Adequate fluid replacement is the initial step in restoring cardiac index and systemic oxygen delivery to injured tissues.’
  • 46) ‘Either contact or systemic insecticides will take care of these insects.’
  • 47) ‘Then a systemic fungicide should be sprayed on the infected plants.’
  • 48) ‘Applying a granular soil systemic insecticide at planting time provides early season greenbug control.’
  • 49) ‘In case of severe infestation spray any systemic insecticide and acaricide for mites along with neem oil.’
  • 50) ‘The flies' hit-and-run tactics also protect them from lethal exposure to cattle sprays or systemic insecticides.’
  • 51) ‘The most common example of a systemic fungicide used in soybeans is Apron which is active only against Pythium and Phytophthora.’
  • 52) ‘The new compound is a strobilurin, a class of systemic fungicide that has gained wide acceptance in the turf industry.’
  • 53) ‘The active ingredient in both is imidacloprid, a systemic insecticide that has been used in other crops such as sorghum.’
  • 54) ‘Seed treated with systemic insecticides have shown yield increases.’
  • 55) ‘Many growers are using imadacloprid, a new systemic insecticide that provides excellent control.’
  • 56) ‘Once a grower stops using systemic insecticides, the beetle could cause significant damage.’
  • 57) ‘Most of the newer, systemic fungicides fall into this group.’
  • 58) ‘Use a systemic fungicide seed treatment to eliminate this pathogen from infected seed.’
  • 59) ‘It can't remove the systemic pesticides which are an integral part of the flesh.’
  • 60) ‘Chemical control is with the use of a systemic insecticide but a better idea is to cut off all the new foliage to prevent the nymphs from maturing and laying another batch of eggs.’
  • 61) ‘Spray with Confidor which is a slightly systemic insecticide.’
  • 62) ‘The seeds become infected internally and must be treated with a systemic fungicide to eliminate the pathogen.’
  • 63) ‘The universal use of systemic fungicides would eliminate smut and bunt diseases as problems to wheat growers.’

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