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accrete

(ə-krēt′)
v. ac·creted, ac·creting, ac·cretes
v.tr.
To make larger or greater, as by increased growth.
v.intr.
1. To grow together; fuse.
2. To grow or increase gradually, as by addition.
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Jon Miller, an associate professor of astronomy at U-M who also works on the project, said that if Sagittarius A* consumes some of G2, we can learn about black holes accreting at low levels-sneaking midnight snacks, asserting that it is potentially a unique window into how most black holes in the present-day universe accrete. ( ANI )
Andrew Levan (University of Warwick, England), who was on one of the teams that first reported the flare, says what's exciting about the new QPO is that it confirms that black holes of very different sizes accrete in similar ways, even when the source of material is different.
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Accrete Energy, Inc (TSX: GZ), a Canada-based company that explores for oil and gas, has announced its financial results for the first quarter that ended March 31, 2008.
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In addition, unlike the 2015 notes, the principal amount of the 2020 notes will accrete at a rate of 1.85% per year commencing 27 December 2012, compounding on a semi-annual basis.
It can accrete gas from a donor star, or two white dwarfs can collide.

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