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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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The total cumulated investments in the Gulf joint companies were worth about 23 billion USD in 2013, not more than 13.
Cumulated in Jaws style, this would save the council hundreds of millions of pounds.
Between 1 300 and 2 100 m, it encountered 500 m cumulated of good quality reservoirs, 85 m from which put in evidence oil saturation.
Cumulated sales for the first six months of 2009 rose by 20% year to year over 2008 and were markedly higher than all previous years for the same time period.
The band's preparations have seen them improving their stage presence and interaction with the audience which cumulated in a set at the Empire in Middlesbrough earlier this month which had the crowd jumping.
It was the largest cumulated TV audience in the history of the Paralympic Games, the IPC said.
Living on the main road near the Safa Park junction closest to the second interchange, drivers are using the service lane where I live to bypass the now excessively cumulated traffic at the signal.
The solution that we proposed in this paper has the advantage of making a CAD correction of the pieces surfaces, function of the machine tool cumulated errors.
It generates two billion cumulated television viewings and London's hotel and hospitality trade can expect a boost.
The team also created a three-tiered ergonomic stress rating based on all the different jobs the workers had ever performed, cumulated over their employment history.
Numerous studies indicate that operational costs typically decline by 10% to 30% with each doubling of cumulated output across a wide range of industries.