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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of cumulate.

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Examples

  • Among these 18, 11 had stock-market crashes, defined as a cumulated real rate of return of minus 25% or worse.

    Pandemics and Depressions

  • Please note that the percentages of the anchor texts is already cumulated, that is a 50\% besides "widget" means that "widget" was used as anchor text in 50\% of all links.

    uberdose 2.0

  • Please note that the percentages of the anchor texts is already cumulated, that is a 50\% besides "widget" means that "widget" was used as anchor text in 50\% of all links.

    uberdose 2.0

  • However, the euro-zone's 12-month cumulated current account deficit widened significantly to €56.5 billion in September from €26.2 billion a year earlier, largely due to a decline in the surplus of goods.

    Euro Zone in Account Surplus

  • The euro-zone's 12-month cumulated current account deficit widened to €52.3 billion in April from €12.4 billion a year earlier, largely due to a decline in the surplus of goods.

    Euro-Zone Wage Growth Picks Up

  • The euro-zone's 12-month cumulated current account deficit widened to €52.3 billion in April from €12.4 billion a year earlier, largely due to a decline in the surplus of goods.

    Euro-Zone Wage Growth Picks Up

  • (The idea began in forgettable skits that seem to have cumulated into “David and Crispin: Friends Till the End,” where the magic first showed.)

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • And what were those fantasies if not the result of experiences cumulated outside the game: images from stories like ShimmerGeek described them in his comment.

    Come Out And Play

  • The euro-zone's 12-month cumulated current-account deficit widened to €69.3 billion in July from €22.2 billion a year earlier.

    Euro-Zone Wages Rise at Faster Pace

  • The euro-zone's 12-month cumulated current account deficit widened to €59.9 billion in June from €15.7 billion a year earlier, largely due to a decline in the surplus of goods.

    Euro-Zone Inflation Eases

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