- n. Plural form of accumulation.
“The park is full of trails, well-marked ones that are nonetheless left mostly to themselves to form under the foot traffic - making the trails themselves a rich mixture of granite and quartz and hardwood roots lined with deep, long-term accumulations of crackling leaves.”
“This is the reason; the waters flowed into one place, and their different accumulations, that is to say, the gulfs that the earth embraced in her folds, received from the”
“Among the accumulations was a big bundle of press-cuttings, all dealing with my last book.”
“During the short term, these heavy call accumulations could provide an additional speed bump for NVDA.”
“Tim Howard is suspended from the next match due to yellow card accumulations which is a bloody stupid rule that yellow cards carry over from the previous round.”
“I say enjoy the simplicity of today's "accumulations," and know that this too shall pass.”
“Beeg is the plural, and denotes water existing in large bodies, such as accumulations in the form of lakes and seas.”
“_Beeg_ is the plural, and denotes water existing in large bodies, such as accumulations in the form of lakes and seas.”
“Some degree of disappointment is perhaps excusable upon your part, my dear sir," said the lawyer, who wished to keep the widow for his client, and had therefore no desire to offend her father; "but I am sure that in your calmer moments you will admit that the work to which your son-in-law has devoted the bulk of his accumulations is a noble one.”
“The storm's first impact, in the Midwest, could bring snow accumulations approaching two feet, "destructive ice, tornadoes and bitter cold," FEMA said.”
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