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accumulation

the taking of a first and an advanced university degree simultaneously

accumulation

[ə·kyü·myə′lā·shən]
(hydrology)
The quantity of snow or other solid form of water added to a glacier or snowfield by alimentation.
(mining engineering)
In coal mining, firedamp that collects in higher parts of mine workings and at the edge of wastes.
Oil or gas in some form of trap.
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But it is too fruitful a subject, this of hereditary resemblances, --the frequent recurrence of which, in a direct line, is truly unaccountable, when we consider how large an accumulation of ancestry lies behind every man at the distance of one or two centuries.
A high degree of variability is obviously favourable, as freely giving the materials for selection to work on; not that mere individual differences are not amply sufficient, with extreme care, to allow of the accumulation of a large amount of modification in almost any desired direction.
Insurance companies began tracking property accumulations in earnest following Hurricane Andrew in 1992, and workers' compensation accumulations following the Sept.
In many states, this is due to the so-called "natural accumulation" rule, under which a property owner has no duty to remove or warn of the dangers of natural accumulations of snow, ice, and freezing rain.
Unlike mutual funds, all accumulations are tax deferred and transfers of assets between accounts are free of current income taxes.
Security Mutual Life of NY Capital UL High Early Cash Values; Business Applications; Liquidity; High Early Accumulations
In a dust collector system, these can occur in the hoppers or duct systems that do not completely empty and may have accumulations of finely divided aluminum, alloys and metallic contaminants.
Other investigators suggest accumulations of a protein called tau are the real villains in Alzheimer's disease.
Oil companies once thought some oil accumulations too minor to deal with.