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increasing, as in force, by successive additions

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increasing by successive addition

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A quarter of a billion iPhones have been shipped cumulatively worldwide in the first five years since launch and Apple reaches its fifth birthday at the top of its game.
76 million shares of Aldar, cumulatively worth Dh134.
Cumulatively the V2500 has take about 40% of the competitive Airbus A320/A321 market since the aircraft was launched.
Of the 828 US, perinatal cases cumulatively reported through July 11, 391 were reported in the previous 12 months, CDC statistician Margaret Oxtoby told SCIENCE NEWS.
NEW YORK -- During 2006, the Wi-Fi semiconductor market shipped just under 200 million Wi-Fi chipsets, and reached over 500 million chipset shipments cumulatively, according to the latest release of ABI Research's quarterly "Wi-Fi IC Market Share Analysis and Forecasts" database.
36 million shares of Abu Dhabi's real estate major Aldar Properties, cumulatively valued at around Dh224.
621/V/25/04/2007) to instruct natural person, corporation or association of companies, the task of providing insurance for civil liability TRAINOSE SA for a period of twelve (12) months with liability caps and exemptions as follows a) General Liability and other extensions with maximum coverage 7 000 000 EUR per event and cumulatively during the contract term and discharge 1 000 000 EUR per event.
Weiss' plan would also have required that GCP expenditures that cumulatively exceed $5,000 annually to a particular group be subjected to more rigorous scrutiny.
Cumulatively, 691 attached and detached housing units were sold this quarter, compared to 490 sales in the second quarter of 1992, reflecting a 41 percent increase.
But cumulatively the HPD-run program raise the number one questions.
The offer has been unanimously recommended by the Board of Huntleigh who, together with the principal owner of Huntleigh, the Schild family, and certain other shareholders cumulatively representing 46.
But community activists charge that the reconfiguration and other small changes at the landfill were quietly approved by the city and ``have been cumulatively devastating'' to the neighborhood.
Cumulatively, the Amalfi Research team has amassed more than 30 years of experience across a wide variety of business areas including strategic market analysis and securities trading, corporate research, technology consulting, and direct mail/internet marketing.
The Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) general index rose fractionally yesterday led by gains in banking shares amid abysmally low value of share transactions which cumulatively was worth less than Dh55 million.
Unions, business groups and other political interests independently spent about $950,000 in support of or opposition to candidates - about three times what they spent cumulatively in council primaries during the past decade.