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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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Comparing cumulated cases pre- and post-1984 suggests that Congress's mandating of cumulation did indeed change ITC behavior.
The rate of cumulation of brand presence influences online patterns of viewer evaluations.
After examining the companies, the authors concluded that the results are almost certainly driven by a few firms undergoing major financial events during the cumulation periods under study.
According to the Council conclusions, the main objective of establishing said convention is to "facilitate the application of identical rules of origin for the purpose of diagonal cumulation of origin of goods" traded in the area.
According to Nuri, considering that the special trade measures with the countries of the Western Balkans pertain to Kosovo as well, the issue of the bilateral diagonal cumulation EU-Macedonia-Kosovo should be raised before the governments and the customs administrations.
This model views knowledge as a construct outside the data-information continuum, as well as the cumulation of sensorial inputs, or cognitive processes, in the human mind.
After years of difficult negotiations and an intensive persuasion campaign, the efforts of the Swiss textiles and clothing industry have at last been rewarded: on 1 January 2006, the EU-EFTA-Morocco cumulation arrangements entered into force.
Factors that should be taken into account include size of the development; cumulation with other developments; risk of accidents; location in respect of densely populated areas and extent, magnitude and duration of impact.
The European Council has also decided that rules of origin would be simplified by promoting regional cumulation. In this regard, the EU granted a derogation from normal rules of origin and encouraged Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos and Nepal to use neighbouring countries' raw materials to produce garments that could then be exported to the EU duty-free under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) scheme.
The Commission has now concluded that the part of the aid, which, in conformity with the cumulation rules, exceeds the admissible regional ceiling of 35% of the eligible investment costs, that is Euro 2.25 million, constitutes incompatible state aid since it does not meet any of the necessary requirements of the derogations provided for in Article 87(2) and (3).
Cumulation in quantitative international politics research ultimately is dependent on replication.
It is a cumulation of two years' work by the Smart Mast consortium, made up of the university, two ship builders and defence giant British Aerospace.