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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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Cumulations (of different affixes) and recursions (of identical affixes) are flexible, e.
The list was also incorporated into the index in annual cumulations until 2003, when it was added to the cumulation but as a separate glossary.
Regardless of arguments over the post hoc and possibly selective nature of these analyses, none of them has the effect of raising the mean effect size in the new database by any meaningful amount, because of the relative insensitivity of means compared to the statistical significance of cumulations when slight changes are made in the treatment of a database.
The CompuMath Citation Index is also available in a print edition, which is published semiannually and includes two hard-cover semiannual cumulations as well as in a 1976-1980 print cumulation, which provides all the data and features of the corresponding annuals plus thousands of records not previously indexed in the annuals.
Au coeur d'une panoplie de dysfonctionnements qui ronge encore le secteur de la sante, au regard des cumulations deficientes de plusieurs annees d'insouciance, le centre hospitalier d'Inezgane, relevant de la prefecture d'Inezgane-Ait Melloul, semble emerger du lot.