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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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Taking a dig at the Congress ahead of the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Executive Meet, Dr Singh said, "I think all of us need to remind P Chidambaram (the Congress leader) the kind of situation we face in Kashmir today is an accumulative outcome of the axe of omission and commission committed by his party, which was at the helm of affairs for as many as almost seventy years after Independence both in the state and the Center."
"Currently, another important issue is the transfer to the Single Pension Fund of pension assets and liabilities in accumulative pension funds.
After finishing October and November with accumulative revenue of NT$123.535 billion, Compal is very likely to attain a 5% growth in revenue for the fourth quarter of this year, compared to a quarter ago.
Launched under the theme 'Make your record clear of black points', the programme is aims to reduce black points of a motorist's traffic record before it hits the accumulative limit of 24 points.
The analysis also shows revenue opportunities when patient flow is consistent and accumulative. Potential opportunities for the practice include increasing hygiene production and profitability and adjusting practice fees (up and down) to gain a competitive advantage.
Kuwait's Capital Market Authority (CMA) decided Monday, 2 July 2012, to cancel the listing of Global Investment House shares unless the company makes up for its accumulative losses by September 30 next.
"Under the new donor eligibility criteria stipulated by the Ministry of Health, those who have resided in the United Kingdom for an accumulative period of three months from 1980 to 1996, cannot donate.
We all know that many sensible drinkers live to a ripe old age so there is no accumulative effect of moderate drinking but like footballers we can't play a hard game every day.
If a reader ties with Paddy Power the winner is decided on best accumulative odds.
Something of an accumulative plot type, this story details the discovery of dinosaur bones in the backyard and the necessity of bigger and bigger diggers until the whole skeleton is discovered.
"The idea of metal-based nanocomposites' synthesis by accumulative roll bonding (ARB) method was proposed by Dr.
Options include accumulative weights capability, on-board printer, dual weighing channel function and overload strobe light warning.