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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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You don't really have to have the one day per week, but you can cumulate it, for instance, if you want to go home to the Philippines," he said.
Li, "New method for moving dim target detection based on third order cumulate in infrared image," Hongwai Yu Haomibo Xuebao/Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, vol.
The interest in returning to this lowest level of analysis to attempt to make sense of and cumulate perspectives of peace and security held by individuals, is driven in part by the seeming disconnect in state--society engagement in much of Africa--discussed in the following section.
Of course the opposite is also true: if you cumulate real, radical action now on spending then the benefits are also compounded in the future.
The mafic cumulate (gabbros) section is about 600 metres thick (Siddiqui et al., 1996).
In particular, they looked at crystal cumulate nodules--rocks that form as crystals accumulate in magma--which trap and preserve the magma that was present beneath the volcano immediately before the eruption.
By analysing crystal cumulate nodules (igneous rocks formed by the accumulation of crystals in magma) discovered in pyroclastic deposits of major eruptions, the scientists found that pre-eruptive mixing within the magma chamber - where older cooler magma mixed with younger hotter magma - appears to be the repeating trigger in large-scale eruptions.
And they will believe that the current form they find themselves in, along with Huddersfield's slump, will cumulate in Warrington getting to their third Cup final in four years.
The communication efforts cumulate towards the customers.
These banks cumulate approximately 80% of the private credit.The survey focuses on the opinions regarding the lending policies of the previous quarter, as well as on the expectations regarding the next quarter.
In contrast, processes important in the crystallization of such magmas, like porous flow and cumulate compaction for example (Philpotts et al.
The positive effects will cumulate over time as the newer, cleaner-burning engines replace the older ones that have been powering America's off-road equipment during the previous decades, according to the EPA news release.