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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 following case study illustrates individuals' notions and framing of peace and security and the potential challenges in cumulating them for society.
Print reports are indexed quarterly, cumulating annually.
The cumulating of random events drew me to a conclusion.
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.
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.
Since then, it has been subject to huge debate and consultation, cumulating in a first reading in the House of Commons yesterday.
It consists in cumulating the large amount of small, individual efforts done by the users who access information, and to provide a community management mechanism to let users share the elicited knowledge.
George decides to invite the screenwriter to air his reasons each night during ratings week, cumulating - it is hoped - with an on-air suicide.
Specifically, minority groups can cast racially motivated votes, cumulating them on one minority candidate, while white voters split their votes between two or more white candidates.