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methodically

[ muh-thod-ik-lee ]
/ məˈθɒd ɪk li /
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adverb
in a systematic and orderly way:This serious book methodically reviews various new business models, leadership styles, and theories of value creation.
in a slow and careful way; painstakingly:Don't make the mistake of blazing your way through a chapter; instead, read deliberately and methodically.
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