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Certainly, none; because every circumstance of Mr. Hastings's proceedings was systematical, and perfectly well known at Oude.
Scarcely any thing is involved in more systematical obscurity, than the rights of our ancestors, when they arrived in America.
Can your Lordships believe that this can be any other than a systematical, deliberate fraud, grossly conducted?
The result wished for can be obtained by a systematical arrangement of the granulation of powder.
GUNNERY IN 1858WILLIAM GREENER
The preposterous notions of a systematical man who does not know the world, tire the patience of a man who does.
With steel or wooden traps is the only systematical way of hunting these animals.
CANADIAN WILDSMARTIN HUNTER
We thought that on this subject, a systematical plan of general education should be proposed, and I was requested to undertake it.
This author is the first who has treated this subject generally and in a systematical matter.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY, VOLUME I (OF II)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
That it would not be so useful had any systematical arrangement been followed seems undeniable.
HOW TO CATALOGUE A LIBRARYHENRY B. (HENRY BENJAMIN) WHEATLEY
Is it by adding to the wealthy further and more systematical means of oppressing them?

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