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As to death, the scientific mind dies at its post working in normal and methodic fashion to the end.
THE POISON BELTARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Could any one imagine so many millions slipping through the fingers of M. de Thaller's methodic cashier?
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
In all those preparations he forgot nothing, employing every minute of the few hours in a sort of methodic exaltation.
THE DARK FLOWERJOHN GALSWORTHY
That he felt himself abnormally methodic lay entirely in the fact that he watered the fern each day.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
This is the case in all methodic arrangements; to this rule there are no exceptions.
She gave him a fact, or an opinion, in a brief methodic manner that set him at a distance from her sacred sorrow.
THE HELPMATEMAY SINCLAIR
I do not know any work of this kind which is clearer, more methodic or more comprehensive than your Analytical Institutions.
WOMAN IN SCIENCEJOHN AUGUSTINE ZAHM
Hence also the dramatic unity and methodic perfectness of the story.
But he does not elect to set these forth in regular methodic fashion, after the manner of one writing a systematic essay.
We must learn from Germany what methodic and organized work means.

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