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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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AMASS: Did it have anything to do with the newly-created infrastructure for bicycling from the city of Long Beach?
The new AMASS release extends IFL capabilities to devices using Sony's AIT media, a tape format that provides rapid access to stored data and is widely used for long term archiving applications.
The advent of technology and its infusion into schools has made it possible for companies like NWEA to amass test banks that are tens of thousands of items deep; create parallel databases of state standards, objectives and benchmarks; and provide targeted tests by combining the two on the fly.
Advanced Digital Information Corporation (Nasdaq:ADIC), Redmond, Wash., has introduced a new release of its AMASS for Windows NT storage management software that expands its supported device list to include the entire family of ADIC open-system tape libraries, as well as adding support for DVD-RAM technology.
Perhaps because he is, first and foremost, a quantitative political scientist or, perhaps, more likely, because he had to amass an enormous amount of evidence to present his case and silence his critics, Putnam seems compelled to attempt to quantify everything.
Q What investment should I put my money in to amass a $5,000 down payment for a house?
Prichard suspected that dustings of platinum might escape from car tailpipes and amass on busy streets.
The initial promise of this new provision soon evaporated in light of the fact that many months, sometimes years, would pass before offenders would amass a criminal history sufficient to make them eligible for enhanced felony sentencing.
Covering both how to amass sufficient wealth and how to install good financial sense in one's children so that they use their inheritance wisely, Help Your Kids Become Millionaires includes chapters on everything from instilling a healthy respect for mathematics to the pros and cons of investing, when to hire financial professionals, the importance of setting a good example early, and much more.
The commission also interrogated Wagle's son, Devendra Wagle, on complaints that he also had used his father's influence to amass a fortune.
Those of Carribean descent from the many islands and landlocked places where corrupt politicians and greedy businessmen flout natural and civil laws to amass power and fortune, will be touched by Kincaid's rendering because it is all too familiar.
Advanced Digital Information Corporation recently introduced long-term data protection utility called Infinite File Life (IFL), which is included in the release of the company's AMASS for Unix storage management software.
Were you to invest roughly $100 a month starting today, you would amass $1 million in 45 years, assuming a return of 12%.
His "magic" had been to amass large numbers of "Peters" to pay off the "Pauls." In reality, the audit showed Ponzi to be insolvent from the first day of the swindle.
Ruling elites generally amass despotic powers amid agonies of professed reluctance, and homeland security adviser Tom Ridge followed that tradition when addressing the posse comitatus issue in a July 21st television interview.