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cumulate

[′kyü·myə‚lāt]
(petrology)
Any igneous rock formed by the accumulation of crystals settling out of a magma.
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Of course the opposite is also true: if you cumulate real, radical action now on spending then the benefits are also compounded in the future.
CUMULATE is bred to be speedy and looks that at home.
As the grains cumulate, they start to form a pile, which is very shallow at first.
Thus, where there are multiple visits by an individual over a period of time or where multiple individuals travel to Canada on behalf of the claimant, the non-resident business will be permitted to cumulate the GST from the various individuals' visits and present a combined rebate claim.
Enacted in the Trade and Tariff Act of 1984, this provision requires the ITC to cumulate imports when a trade dispute involves imports from multiple sources.
By submitting scores to hit a secret target, overclockers cumulate points and run the chance to win not only cash prizes and hardware, but also a trip to Taipei, Taiwan to attend the Computex 2015 IT trade show with GIGABYTE.
Women folk, children have to stand in lines for several hours to cumulate water.
Jordon's work will also form part of a book being produced by Swansea Institute and will cumulate in an exhibition and official opening of the art and design building next year.
Sponsored by Lloyds TSB Corporate, the competition will cumulate in a gala presentation dinner on Thursday, November 10, held at the NEC's Inspire Suite.
Make it a Habit - All day long dirt and debris cumulate on your skin.
Network members cumulate an annual revenue of over EUR 90 million and unite over 1000 PR Consultants all over the world in their sense of professionalism, ethics and the aim for results.