Definition of Resystematized
1. resystematize [v] - See also: resystematize
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Literary usage of Resystematized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue by Syracuse University, St. Louis, Public school library (1910)
"All this work has been resystematized this year, which accounts for a part of the increased efficiency. The spirit and interest manifested in this work has ..."
2. English and American Philosophy Since 1800: A Critical Survey by Arthur Kenyon Rogers (1922)
"And accordingly from this point of view evil persists, redistributed and resystematized, in the Absolute, precisely as there is supposed to be room in truth ..."
3. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"Unani-Tibb (Arabic for Greek medicine), also called Islami-Tibb, is Galenic medicine resystematized and augmented by Muslim scholars. ..."
4. Hearings Before Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations in Charge by United States, Congress, Committee on Appropriations, House (1903)
"... the record you have made, you believe that the work of the departments generally is now in such a shape that it ought to be resystematized with a number ..."