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Synonyms for system





Synonyms for system

an organized array of individual elements and parts forming and working as a unit

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts


the approach used to do something

Synonyms for system

(physical chemistry) a sample of matter in which substances in different phases are in equilibrium

a group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts

a procedure or process for obtaining an objective

the living body considered as made up of interdependent components forming a unified whole

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an ordered manner

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Utilizing current multimedia technology including the Kodak Photo CD system, Sneak Previews Plus enables librarians to actually preview books before ordering, thereby supplementing current review media.
But the show was been put in jeopardy after thieves went into the church hall where the group meets and took away the CD system vital to their performance.
Pinnacle's model RCD 6x24 UNIX is a CD system that records data at 6x speed.
Planned for sale in second half of 2006 are an RCA Bookshelf Audio System, an RCA Home Theater System, and a GE under-cabinet Spacemaker CD System - each with SiriusConnect(TM) Home capability to receive and navigate SIRIUS satellite radio programming.
has expanded its CD recorder product line with the addition of a new, rewritable CD system.
The shop is filled with inventive finds, ranging from travel gear -- noise cancellation headphones, Tempur Pedic Swedish eye masks, neck pillows -- to games and electronics like the top-selling slim profile CD system.
We are pleased that Opti-Probe RT/CD was chosen as the best optical CD system after a comprehensive, one-year evaluation.
One of the many benefits of the Avantext TechPubs(TM) CD system is the elimination of the need for filing Microfiche pages, looking through torn or tattered pages in a book, or even trying to find the latest revision that may have been misplaced or misfiled.