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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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2 For on-off trust value model, there is little cumulation when the Markov chain is in off state [37].
As long as x remains below zero, its cumulation [SIGMA]X becomes increasingly negative over time.
He expressed hope that he would soon receive the decision and annex to the protocol on the origin of goods from the Regional Convention on Pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential rights on the origin of goods, which will expand the possibilities for diagonal cumulation of the origin of goods with the EFTA member states and the Mediterranean countries.
That's not down to fatigue but more the cumulation of games.
For example, the recent cross cumulation facility provided for SRC and ASEAN Regional Groups, would help Sri Lanka to source inputs of ASEAN countries, and be eligible for GSP concessions" said Rishad Bathiudeen, Minister of Industry and Commerce of Sri Lanka on 07 May.
This is pretty much a one-off rabbit out of the hat; hence no cumulation of this year's figure over the next four.
It wasn't so much the defeat in itself, but rather the cumulation of events.
The legislature has chosen to continue in the choice of sanctioning concurrent offenses mainly for the juridical cumulation considered by the doctrine and jurisprudence as being the "most rational" (2).
Sigrid Ligne, secretary-general of EGBA, said: "We urge the European Commission to handle our complaint urgently, as Germany is in the process of allocating licenses on the basis of a highly contentious tendering procedure, which appears, on the basis of a cumulation of evidence, not to be designed to pursue the declared purpose of conducting an open, fair and transparent Europe-wide call for bids".
Had tightening measures been delayed until economic recovery was well under way, cumulation output on the period 2011-21 would have been significantly higher, and the unemployment rate would have been expected to rise no higher than 7% over the next decade.
2 in relation to cases of cumulation with augmentative suffix -one.
But we must be concerned both about malignancies being blamed by nuclear industry employees on their work location and the possible cumulation of limits should tort claims be brought by many workers at several different locations.