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(kyū'sum),
Acronym for cumulative sum of a series of measurements; British usage primarily.

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cumulative sum; sum of the data so far, updated as each item is collected.
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You'll have time to admire the beautiful city of Vienna, the magnificent architecture of Bratislava and the Petrovaradin Fortress at Novi Sad.
While Novi Sad - an hour's drive west of Belgrade on the Danube - is an assortment of gritty post-war buildings nestled in and around a grand central square, the picturesque Petrovaradin Fortress is an incredible venue interconnected by a warren of tunnels.
While Novi Sad - an hour's drive west of Belgrade, on the Danube - is an assortment of gritty post-war buildings nestled in and around a grand central square, the picturesque Petrovaradin Fortress is an incredible venue interconnected by a warren of tunnels.
Held annually over 4 days in July in the spectacular setting of the Petrovaradin Fortress on the bank of the Danube in Serbia, it has officially been crowned as the Best Major European Festival at the EU Festival Awards 2014.
That year, 200,000 people passed through Exit's gates at the Petrovaradin Fortress on the Danube, an hour's drive from Belgrade.
The Italy - based company Uniplast has signed the 3 year lease agreement for the 2,200 square meters factory with Serbian machinery maker Pobeda Holding from Petrovaradin, Novi Sad.
Exit takes place from July 7-10 in Novi Sad, in the picturesque confines of Petrovaradin Fortress near the Danube River.
Taking place from 8th - 11th July, in the magical Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the river Danube, EXIT has a variety of stages, cheap food and drink and the best campsite entertainment whilst bathing in the hot Balkan sunshine.
Kraftwerk were also there, along with Moby and Patti Smith making up the majority of acts performing on the main stage, which is just one of 20 dotted around the magnificent Petrovaradin Fortress site.
Thousands of people have arrived in Serbia for the Exit music festival held every summer at the ancient Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad.
The city also had its own massive fortress overlooking the Danube - the Petrovaradin fortress which dates back to the Habsburg era.
Based in the Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the town of Novi Sad, this four-day musical Goliath has been around since 2000 but has quickly acquired a great reputation.