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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of accumulate.
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- adj. brought together into a group or crowd.
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- adj. periodically accumulated over time
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For some people, who can see no other solution, enduring the routine and boredom of daily "have-to" travel has been made more tolerable by looking forward to long-planned "want-to" trips -- almost as if pain accumulated now can at some point be exchanged for pleasure.
Iberdrola said it has the right to receive € 4.42 billion in accumulated tariff deficit payments.
$8T in accumulated debt from ware in Iraq, Medicare Part D, tax cuts
The nature of the tissue label accumulated was, thus, a direct consequence of formaldehyde binding to tissue structures.
To get where he is in this contest against the Clinton machine and the name recognition Edwards accumulated from the 2004 campaign is no small feat.
Not all this data being accumulated is being made public.
That we were a fast paced, racing generation more interested in accumulated things and entertainment, going after our own fulfillment, or a sacrificing people who left something that will really be valued?
Income or market approaches need to be used to conduct an evaluation, taking into account a state-owned financial institution's long-term accumulated brand value, network distribution, customer resources, franchising rights, goodwill and other intangible assets.
A great deal of evidence has accumulated from the Viking mission to support the conclusion that Mars is a biologically active planet.
Temin accumulated certain indirect evidences supporting his theory but the major breakthrough occurred in 1970 when simultaneously Temin and also David Baltimore showed the occurrence of a specific enzyme in RNA tumour virus particles which could make a DNA copy from RNA.