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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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With few exceptions, African states are colonially inherited constructs and not the products of ideals and aspirations cumulated from the society below.
1 % of the total joint industrial projects, and the cumulated Gulf capital invested in the Gulf joint projects is estimated at 13.
Had Sir Albert dealt with these upon taking office then the City would already be making massive savings now, which, when cumulated themselves, into the future would shut the Jaws of Doom, and with a resounding snap.
Tensions between residents and the Brigade cumulated in a deadly clash at the beginning of the month that left four soldiers and three residents dead when gunfire was exchanged.
5 K and a maximum cumulated liquefaction rate of 12,300 litres/hour.
Figure A1 shows that the initial distribution of cumulated capital supply is given by the continuous line K[S.
The ECB said that the seasonally adjusted 12-month cumulated current account recorded a surplus of 84.
This crisis is the result of a cumulated faltering political performance of which the current government is majorly responsible," he said.
It said by the second half of 2011, however, capital flows receded rapidly, eliminating much of the cumulated currency gains, and leaving EMEs grappling with sharply depreciating currencies in their wake.
MEPs welcomed the Commission's "endeavours to give preferential access to the EU internal market to goods produced and cumulated in the Mediterranean region".
Both parties knew | that the end goal would be a challenging one to achieve, but the journey proved to be worthwhile after trials, testing and evaluation cumulated in a solution that is proving beneficial all round.
In 2010, for the first time, worldwide cumulated installed capacity of wind turbines, biomass and waste-to-energy plants, and solar power reached 381 gigawatts, outpacing the installed nuclear capacity of 375 gigawatts,'' the report, ''The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2010-2011,'' issued by Worldwatch Institute, noted.