reaccumulation love

Definitions

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  • noun A second or subsequent accumulation

Etymologies

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re- +‎ accumulation

Examples

  • If the economy holds up after the burst of inventory reaccumulation, we're looking at a 1250 S&P Index.

    Leveraging Industrial Recovery

  • But obviously we've tried that over the years, and there's enough evidence to support the conclusion that containment hasn't been enough here, that there's been a reaccumulation of weapons of mass destruction.

    CNN Transcript Feb 9, 2003

  • In some cases the amount of blood was so great as to necessitate means being taken for its removal; in these a reaccumulation often took place.

    Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre

  • None the less, reaccumulation took place, the evacuated fluid assumed an inflammatory character, and an incision to evacuate pus was eventually followed by death on the twenty-seventh day.

    Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre

  • Who determined to recover from the defeats and to play once more that determined game which makes up half French history, the "Thesaurization," the gradual reaccumulation of power?

    On Something

  • However carefully the procedure was conducted, it sometimes happened, even though the puncture seemed healing by first intention, that feverish symptoms declared themselves in the course of the first or second day, and, on inspecting the seat of the abscess, the skin was perhaps seen to be red, implying the presence of some cause of irritation, while a rapid reaccumulation of the fluid was found to have occurred.

    Fragments of science, V. 1-2

  • Aside from inventory reaccumulation in the first half of 2010 and some daylight in retail sales and auto output, it's hard not to conclude that a sustainable recovery in GDP depends on consumer confidence, which is largely tied to the unemployment level, home prices and the stock market's buoyancy.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The three judges of the court estimated that the bail amount was a substantial portion of Mr. Polanski's fortune and that given his "advanced age" - he is 76 - the "possibility of reaccumulation of fortune in this amount would not be certain."

    International Herald Tribune - World News, Analysis, and Global Opinions

  • The three judges of the court estimated that the bail amount was a substantial portion of Mr. Polanski's fortune and that given his "advanced age" - he is 76 - the "possibility of reaccumulation of fortune in this amount would not be certain."

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