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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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In contrast, our review of ITC proceedings indicates that thirty countervailing duty cases involved at least one commissioner cumulating imports.
The terms of the option are that Metco must do cumulative exploration expenditures over three (3) years namely $ 300,000 the first year, cumulating to $ 750,000 the second year and to $ 1,300,000 the third year.
the worldwide leader in the manufacturing of mineral waters bottling units, which should be completed by the end of June, will allow Poseidis to obtain a state-of-the-art production unit, cumulating the most precise quality control devices, maximized frequency filling units, flash pasteurization tools, controlled carbonation, water treatments and natural flavoring dispensers.
Gordon Saussy has a history of driving innovations in data networking, including establishing the product and market focus required to drive two early startups to success, cumulating in an IPO and an acquisition respectively.
units held by the public (including units distributed in the 3 percent dividend described above) into Class A units, which will be entitled to a quarterly priority distribution cumulating $3.
As the result of the evolution of its activity, and the transformation of the company, formerly dedicated to the creation and production of television and multimedia content for teenagers and pre-teenagers, into a broader and more diversified corporation, cumulating its original activity with the industrial development, production and distribution of mass market products derived from natural resources such as sparkling mineral water, a new name, giving a more accurate reflection of its enlarged activities has been chosen for the company: Poseidis, Inc.
In short, by cumulating all of the votes for themselves and then immediately resigning, Tirman and Merriman have disenfranchised shareholders owning 4.