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airlift the systematic transportation of people or supplies by air when ground routes are impossible or dangerous to use, esp. in a battle zone or during an emergency. [1/2 definitions]
archaeology the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
archeology variant of archaeology, the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
brainwash to alter a person's behavior or desires with systematic techniques of indoctrination. [1/4 definitions]
businesslike having qualities useful in business; serious; efficient; systematic.
campaign a systematic, concerted set of activities undertaken for a particular purpose. [1/4 definitions]
catalog a systematic, usu. annotated, list of books, merchandise, or the like that is available in or from a source such as a library or mail order merchandiser. [2/5 definitions]
choreography the technique of representing dancers' movements with a systematic notation. [1/2 definitions]
disorganize to upset or destroy the organization, order, or systematic arrangement of.
disorganized lacking order or systematic arrangement; disorderly. [1/2 definitions]
economics (used with a sing. verb) the systematic study of the production and distribution of goods and services. [1/2 definitions]
education the systematic study of educational processes. [1/4 definitions]
Eleatic of or pertaining to an ancient Greek school of philosophy that developed a systematic method of inquiry, esp. into the illusory character of plurality, movement, and change. [1/2 definitions]
formularize to express in a systematic or formulaic manner; reduce to a formula.
formulate to state in precise or systematic terms. [1/3 definitions]
holocaust (cap.) the systematic slaughter of Jews by Nazis during World War II. [1/3 definitions]
inorganic lacking a coherent or systematic structure or organization. [1/3 definitions]
inquiry a systematic investigation, as into a crime. [1/3 definitions]
Jim Crow (informal; sometimes l.c.) the systematic practice, historically, of discriminating against or segregating blacks in the United States.
learning knowledge gained through systematic study. [1/2 definitions]
method systematic and orderly arrangement of actions. [1/3 definitions]