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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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We were advised the effective saving is some pounds 10m over the next ten years and, in addition, last year around pounds 500,000 was saved in procurement and now a further pounds 660,000 is to be saved in a joint operation with the Durham force, an accumulative $2m annual saving.
By June 2010, the pipeline's accumulative crude oil transportation since 2006 had reached 25.
Rogers, a three-time World Time Trial champion, began the day trailing American Dave Zabriskie for the overall lead, but with the help of a time bonus he won a tiebreaker for outright lead because of better accumulative stage finishes.
It's been through promoting the business first and foremost and letting the sales come through and point us in the direction of a particular category, like accumulative bets.
The next fact is that highly thermally insulated buildings without mechanical cooling (so called passive houses) based on low thermal accumulative properties could be in some situations overheated by internal and external heat gains--i.
The drought has caused an accumulative debt burden on the farmers let alone the lack of seeds and all farming materials and tools in areas where rainfalls are not guaranteed, which all brought the farmers to despicable conditions," Hussein Fadel Khaleel told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Damascus, 10 September: Gulfsands Petroleum company announced Thursday that the accumulative crude oil total production of Sharq Kharbat well in sector /26/ to the northeast of Syria exceeded 4 million barrel a year.
A ROPES course has set a Guinness World Record for the longest accumulative jump from a power fan.
The new Ultra-Web SB uses a tougher filter media for dust collection in manufacturing processes that face challenges from accumulative dust.
The accumulative odds of backing all eight winning greyhounds were 141,749 to 1.
Not only has the post office gone, but it has also turned shopping precincts into boarded-up ghettoes, with a national accumulative job loss running into thousands.
It could have been gold if the organisers had not used accumulative time rather than the normal procedure of finishing positions.