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accumulate

(ă-kūm′yŭ-lāt″) [L. accumulare, to pile up]
1. To grow in number or mass.
2. To store or incorporate.
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Another client, who also requested anonymity, says he and his wife filed under Chapter 13 after being pinned against the wall by debt accumulated through late mortgage payment charges.
A recommended procedure to prepare the lab sample uses a precision sample splitter to split the accumulated sand sample.
The dividend reduction primarily reflects the lower reinvestment rate environment that has existed in the market for the reinvestment of the proceeds from coupon payments and from called, sold and/or matured securities, increased borrowing costs related to DHF's leverage, and an effort to reduce the accumulated distribution in excess of investment income-net, which was approximately $(1,423,000) as of November 30, 2006.
The corporation was originally a regular C corporation and has substantial accumulated earnings and profits (AE&P).
The IRS assessed deficiencies for the three years, disallowing the bonuses and imposing the accumulated earnings tax.
The moon's pockmarked appearance strongly suggests Callisto hasn't undergone significant volcanic activity or fracturing, which would have erased the craters and other features that have accumulated on the surface.
985-6(d)(2) provides rules for the carryforward of deficits in accumulated profits from pre-1987 taxable years to post-1986 taxable years.
The downgrade reflects the area's past accumulated deficits and significant taxable valuation concentration from General Motors Corp.
1375 imposes a tax on S corporations that have passive investment income (PII) when the corporation has (1) accumulated earnings and profits (E&P) at the close of a tax year; and (2) gross receipts, more than 25% of which are PII (i.
To prevent companies from doing this, Congress adopted the excess accumulated earnings tax provision of IRC section 535.
The lipids accumulated in the muscle, and the fatty mouse hearts enlarged.
In lieu of the current eighth-monthly system, the proposed regulations would establish a semi-weekly, date-certain, Tuesday-Friday regime that would apply to employers whose accumulated employment taxes during any quarter of the applicable base period is more than $12,000; if an employer's accumulated employment taxes in all quarters of the applicable base period is $12,000 or less, accumulated amounts would be deposited on a monthly basis, by the fifteenth day of the following month.