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Definitions of METHOD
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a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
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n. [Latin, Greek] Plan; order; system;â€” suitable or convenient arrangement ; disposition ;â€” regular or ordinary mode of transacting business ; course of procedure ; way ; manner ;â€” in physics, distribution of natural bodies according to their common characteristics ; classification ;â€” in logic, train of argument, or course of investigation in accordance with a ruling principle, as of induction, deduction, exhaustion, &c.
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