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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 months of preparation for the trials have been arduous and intense, cumulating in a weekend training camp held in the 50-metre pool at Glasgow.
Profiled timing belts are said to accomplish many special functions in positioning, dividing, cumulating, transporting, stepping and synchronous conveying applications, according to the manufacturer.
Since the beginning of New Labour's second term in office in 2001 there has been a cumulating stream of policies that contradict traditional Labour values and are the cause of growing disenchantment.
As if observing Emily Dickinson's instruction that "the Truth must dazzle gradually," the film hangs fire, exquisitely, in that manner familiar to those who know their Hou: time suspended, natural light spilling into domestic space, a sense of reverie and yearning quietly cumulating in the idle air.
The web site will be continuously updated throughout 2004 with news and information about centennial-related events, cumulating with an employee celebration at its world headquarters in August.