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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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5.1 Lawn for Use Cleaning the Lawn, Lawns, Leaves, by Machine, 2 Cleaning, Accumulating Substances for Disposal Sorted Storey (Autumn, After Consultation With Ag)
Although in the past, Lobo clearly has needed up to $450,000 in accumulated earnings ($1,500,000 x 30%) to afford the equipment necessary to produce revenue, the change in lending policies eliminated that need for capital as a valid reason for accumulating income.
The lineshaft conveyor provides solutions for conveying and accumulating firm-based items, and has a modular construction.
In much the same way, Fridson outlines a strategic plan in How to Be a Billionaire for those interested in accumulating the magic sum of US$1 billion and that plan involves being ruthless and not abiding by "conventions of behavior."
These days I'm reevaluating my accumulating of extras, trying to find a way to get them back into general circulation.
Toxins in fish can also poison birds, marine mammals and other wildlife, and are an indication that persistent toxic chemicals are accumulating in the environment.
Within the next five to six years, as the United States' trade deficit begins to shrink substantially, as we start running a current account surplus and as we start accumulating for our aging, the U.S.
The accumulated earnings (AE) tax is a penalty for accumulating E&P beyond a business's reasonable needs.
Most of the bogs and fens of North America and Europe had seemed to begin accumulating vegetation about 1,500 years after atmospheric methane concentrations started to rise.
Jan: Renae and Rodney were on the right track with accumulating retirement income, but they fall short in protection strategies.
Most taxpayers view tax-deferred savings (TDS) plans as desirable vehicles for reducing current income taxes and accumulating greater funds for retirement.
The company responded that it had been accumulating the earnings for a potential stock repurchase based on an adverse ruling in a family lawsuit.
"Presumably, [the body] wants to get rid of cells that are accumulating a lot of lipids," but this is pure speculation, says Schaffer.