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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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One is the complexity that surrounds efforts to cumulate the aspirations of individuals and groups into a coherent agenda.
Most of the gabbro samples have very low values of total alkali and SiO2 may be due to their cumulate nature or it could be due to alteration.
Mottled rocks can be interpreted as plagioclase cumulate that crystallized with heterogeneously distributed intercumulus melt, as a homogeneous distribution would have produced a massive rock.
(1998), in one year, to cumulate 200[degrees]C d was predicted to require 24 d using DTU calculations and 21 d using HTU.
In our analysis, we allow for a multidimensional voting space and permit voters to behave strategically.(13) Cox (1994) investigates strategic voting equilibria in single nontransferable vote (SNTV) systems, which resemble cumulative voting systems, but voters must cumulate all their votes on a single candidate.
Prior to 1984, it was left to the ITC commissioners' discretion whether or not to cumulate. However, by incorporating the cumulation provision into the Trade and Tariff Act of 1984 (P.L.
The artists who used to cumulate heartfelt sentiments into a single verse are all gone; and they have taken with them, the art of expression.
Natus will adopt standard proxy access bylaw provisions in time for use in connection with the 2019 annual meeting.The Natus charter currently provides that the Board is divided into three classes, with directors in each class elected to a three-year term, and also allows shareholders to cumulate votes in the election of directors.
Regarding the main Tunisair markets, according to the geographic division and in terms of regular traffic, the company said European countries which cumulate a passenger traffic share of 79.1% posted an increase of 5.4%.
Sponsored by Lloyds TSB Corporate, the competition will cumulate in a gala presentation dinner on Thursday, November 10, held at the NEC's Inspire Suite.
Voce has notified Natus of its intention to cumulate their votes to elect its nominees to the Natus Board.
With nearly 1,000 different destinations, this tool cumulates more than 10,000 meetings rooms in 90 different countries (65 per cent in Europe and 23 per cent in Asia--Pacific).