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accumulation

the taking of a first and an advanced university degree simultaneously

accumulation

[ə·kyü·myə′lā·shən]
(hydrology)
The quantity of snow or other solid form of water added to a glacier or snowfield by alimentation.
(mining engineering)
In coal mining, firedamp that collects in higher parts of mine workings and at the edge of wastes.
Oil or gas in some form of trap.
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focus on housekeeping in the areas where flammable materials are used or are likely to accumulate.
Through this partnership with Accumulate we are further strengthening this position.
More and more regular folks are proving that anyone, young or old, can accumulate wealth.
Among animals on land, pollutants that accumulate in the body tend to be oily compounds preferentially stored in fat.
Insects accumulate static charges as they fly or walk.
Employees accumulate unused sick leave from year to year and receive a lump-sum payment at retirement, representing the accumulated sick leave.
Because it does not accumulate in the body the way most dioxinlike chemicals do, carbaryl is unlikely to reach active concentrations in most people.
Other industrial pollutants that accumulate through the food chain have also been implicated in die-offs of marine mammals (SN: 7/2/94, p.
The greatest areas of difficulty," wrote Coustan, "arise when there is a need to accumulate income for nontax reasons.
Scrip holders may sell their Scrip rights or may purchase Scrip rights from other Scrip holders in order to accumulate one or more full shares of Celtic common stock after the reverse split.
26) In general, an S corporation cannot accumulate E&P after its S election takes effect, with two exceptions: