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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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The number of times each item statement was chosen accumulatively by individuals, in each municipality, determined its priority.
Given that a cow with average daily milk production of 50 litter is consuming ~40 kg TMR per day and ~50% of [AFB.sub.1] in contaminated TMR goes to the blood with a tenth (mainly converted to [AFM.sub.1]) to milk [20, 22], the assumed AFB: and [AFM.sub.1] in blood/milk can accumulatively reach above our ex vivo tested levels.
Moreover, in further analysis, each feature was accumulatively assembled by its rank order and the variation of accuracy was plotted in Figure 2 when a new variable was added.
If at present time a billion dollars positive shock is given as a consequence of this after 10 years government investment will accumulatively increase output up to $ 0.7161 billion and after 5 years government consumption accumulatively increase output up to $ 0.4018 billion.
The open ended questions were grouped under these themes and accumulatively the answers received were:
In the year 2015, historically large number of 12113 MW of private sector investment was facilitated which single year achievement was much higher than the combined facilitation of the past 20 years 1994 to 2014, which accumulatively had been less than 10,000 MW.
The three collections accumulatively attempt to think across the field of Canadian literature as it is complicit in or challenges the formation of nation and the field as institution, methodology, and, ultimately, collaborative and transformative politics.
Output accumulatively decreased by 8.4% in the first five months compared with the same period last year, the commission said, without providing further details.
Thus, the impact of falling oil prices, low oil production and floating rate of dollar adopted by the Central Bank of South Sudan and Ministry of Finance & Economic Planning have accumulatively choked economic growth by making the businessmen to borrow and spend, while poor citizens go hungry and workers walk to work.
Construction safety is measured in man-hours performed without loss, and presently, across the company accumulatively, Qcon has reached the 30-million man-hours without Lost Time Injury (LTI), which is outstanding given that projects are normally around the 2-4 million mark, Abu Naba'a informs.
We believe that the change of the stable regions is the result of all these factors working together accumulatively.