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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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On the currency front, Japan wants the assets it accumulates to have high purchasing power.
The company said that in October 2013, Accumulate AB had filed a lawsuit against Seamless Distribution for patent infringement.
This makes it easier to accumulate shares and keep track of your earnings.
Further, sublethal exposure to brevetoxins throughout the life of many marine organisms may cause developmental toxicity to manifest in subsequent generations as with DDT, polychlorinated biphenyls, and other contaminants that accumulate in fatty tissues.
In March at the Society of Toxicology meeting in New Orleans, Baden reported that in the rodent brain, brevetoxins accumulate in the cerebellum, a region that affects cognitive function, breathing, and muscle control.
Creating and properly using subaccounts will allow a company to accurately identify and accumulate the M&E expense information on its books throughout the tax year.
We aren't talking about how much money you make; the ability to accumulate wealth has little to do with the size of your paycheck.
Natural compounds akin to synthetic flame retardants wend their way up marine food chains and accumulate in whale blubber, researchers have found.
Which isn't half bad given that if you invested $300 a month at a 10% rate of return, you would accumulate $61,965.61 in 10 years.
Perhaps even more striking is that Americans' failure to accumulate assets often is caused not by a lack of income, but by confusion and ignorance about personal finance issues that a modicum of professional advice could resolve.
Employees accumulate unused sick leave from year to year and receive a lump-sum payment at retirement, representing the accumulated sick leave.
Your premiums will be lower and you will have a longer time for your savings to accumulate," he says.