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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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Accumulatively, the two worst things that can happen to a country coming under internal attack are first, when its people lose hope.
Our programme, called Wipro Applying Thought in School, has covered a million programmes so far accumulatively.
Under the determined ARPU (Average Revenue Per User Per Month) at around Rs 230, the cellular companies had lost accumulatively Rs 2.
Accumulatively, this money can be claimed daily, weekly or monthly using the Gold card.
Changing such a negative perception to rebuild China's credibility and positive national image is not easy because such an image has been accumulatively formed in history, such as China's involvement in the Korean War in the early 1950s, the Sino-Indian War in 1962, the Sino-Soviet border war in 1969, the SinoVietnamese War in 1979, and the Chinese threat to use force should Taiwan seek independence.
Taken accumulatively and having regard to the military support provided by the accused to the RUF/AFRC, the Trial Chamber finds that the practical assistance, encouragement, and moral support provided by the accused had a substantial effect on the commission of crimes by the RUF/AFRC during the course of military operations in Sierra Leone.
174) Recognizing that this version of Broken Windows policing could underwrite broad interventions into harmless and potentially socially productive activities, Thacher argues that police must proceed cautiously and take a context-specific approach to what constitutes an accumulatively harmful act or offensive act.
Accumulatively, the approximately twenty-five features reported in these two paragraphs confirm that both the quartos are securely rooted in the French text.
Flaubert implies that in its labor to beget, the imagination ends up burgeoning accumulatively on the "eyes," the medium for perceiving the visible.
Meanwhile, the private firms' cost effective mass production skills, accumulatively developed in highly competitive industries at home, are their competitive edge to be leveraged overseas, especially in other developing countries.
Further investigations in organ level convinced that when PHB was added in the organ bath accumulatively, the PHB had an inotropic effect on isolated right atria and papillary muscle of left ventricle muscle, without disturbing the spontaneous beating rate of the right atria.
Accumulatively these references to The Wild Bunch can be seen to serve more interesting creative purposes as well.