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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

Synonyms for accrue

grow by addition

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come into the possession of

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Becher, senior vice president of Corporate Development for Accrue Software.
Member benefits include easy access to technology expertise from companies such as Accrue, Cisco, Oracle, Hewlett Packard, EMC, and TIBCO to enable customers to build successful Internet initiatives, while continuing to focus on their core competencies.
Allowing employees to accrue sick leave and offering monetary incentives to those who use little sick leave are strategies that work.
Whether the fact that the dispute did not arise until the year after the sale year affects the taxpayer's obligation to accrue the income in the tax year of sale (based on the tax-year concept of accounting);
461-1(a)(2), the taxpayer should properly accrue and deduct the gross receipts tax imposed by the State of Maryland in the calendar year following the end of the income year.
Employees |select one: will; will not~ accrue other benefits while in an unpaid leave status, including seniority rights.
On and after the Call Date, dividends on the Series F Preferred Stock will no longer accrue, and holders of the Series F Preferred Stock will have no rights other than the right to receive the redemption price of $25.
This regulation, known as the "noncontingent bond method" allows an issuer to accrue an original issue discount (OID) deduction at a yield "comparable" to that of a fixed-rate instrument with similar terms and conditions, but without contingencies.
No interest will accrue on the Certificates after the Redemption Date.
If the right to income is substantially in controversy, the taxpayer may not accrue the income until the controversy is resolved (North American Oil Consolidated, 286 US 417 (1932)).
It was this penalty interest that the taxpayer sought to accrue, and which the IRS disallowed.