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1 Da Vinci was methodical in his research, carefully recording his observations and theories.
2 He always checked every detail in a methodical way.
3 Tom is a very methodical person.
4 She's very good at methodical work, but useless when there's a lot of pressure.
5 She is very slow but methodical in her work.
6 It was a methodical, unexciting chore.
7 He's methodical to the nth degree.
8 A scientist is usually a methodical person.
9 Tom is a very methodical person and writes lists for everything.
10 He had a neat methodical mind.
11 There was strong evidence of a slow but methodical spread of this knowledge.
12 Poirot, always deliberate and methodical, made a list of all the possible suspects.
13 I shall offer here a methodical approach to answering such questions.
14 The year includes the presentation of a methodical approach to programming and contact with different programming environments.
15 Shrewd, methodical, and determined, Banks combined business acumen with political trimming.
16 The Braves were more methodical but just as thorough, the baseball version of water torture.
17 A methodical fellow, Zubkoff discovered that his problem arose only when he processed his film during the day.
18 By adopting this methodical approach you should avoid the pitfalls and successfully answer any questions set on this subject.
19 They are very logical, methodical,[www.Sentencedict.com] and pragmatic in their approach to neural networks.
20 A methodical approach works best.
21 In his methodical way, he took up the next one, scrawled flamboyantly on Basildon Bond notepaper.
22 In this thorough, methodical way we missed out very little indeed.
23 They can also be extraordinarily well organized and methodical, as well as deliberate and purposeful.
24 Barnes is a conscientious and methodical journalist who would have checked all of the facts before writing the story.
25 Brooks attended to every detail of his churches and Mackmurdo later acknowledged his debt to him as an exemplar of methodical thoroughness.
26 He approached detective fiction as a craft that could be learned through careful, methodical study.
27 At the other end of the scale there are ambitious research projects undertaken for methodical demonstration purposes.
28 So, too, is his stress on the importance of finding, and following, a methodical route to knowledge.
29 I was just going to have to be more clever, more methodical in the way I went about it.
30 Later on Richard was to show beyond all doubt that he recognized the value of careful and methodical preparation.
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