Definitions for "accumulation"
All processes, which include snowfall, condensation, avalanching, snow transport by wind, and freezing of liquid water, that add snow or ice to a glacier, floating ice, or snow cover. The term also includes the amount of snow or other solid precipitation added to a glacier or snowfield by these processes.
although there is very little precipitation at Halley, large amounts of snow is blown onto the ice shelf. Items on the surface become buried and regularly have to be dug out and lifted onto the surface. There can be as much as two metres of accumulation in a year.
All processes that add snow or ice to a glacier or to floating ice or snow cover: snow fall, avalanching, wind transport, refreezing...
Buying over a period of time. For example, this might be done by an institutional...
An addition to a trader's original market position. The first of three distinct phases in a major trend in which investors are buying.
Process by which, over a period of time, a large or excess supply of stock or futures contracts is absorbed by increasing demand from buyers. Generally, there is little price action until the sellers have been exhausted. Then buyers dominate and price tends to rise.
Keywords:  hoard, numismatic, morgan, sorted, coin
A collection numismatic items which have not been classified, sorted or identified.
Quantities of coins, tokens and other numismatic material which has not been sorted, classified, attributed nor organized in any meaningful way, unlike a true coin collection.
A group of coins, sometimes not of any certain type or date. Also can be a "hoard".
In the context of corporate finance, refers to profits that are added to the capital base of the company rather than paid out as dividends. See: Accumulated profits tax. In the context of investments, refers to the purchase by an institutional broker of a large number of shares over a period of time in order to avoid pushing the price of that share up. In the context of mutual funds, refers to the regular investing of a fixed amount while reinvesting dividends and capital gains.
(1) the deliberate, well-controlled assembling of blocks of stock without necessarily bidding up prices. (2) profits that are not distributed to stockholders as dividends but are instead transferred to a capital account. (3) in mutual funds, an investment of a fixed dollar amount on a regular basis, including the reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.
(finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation
The buildup of a substance in the body due to either long term (chronic) exposure or repeat exposure.
The process of acquiring more or the build-up of a substance.
The buildup of a chemical in the body due to long-term or repeated exposure.
Keywords:  mna, maoi, hmg, reductase, coa
an Hmg CoA reductase inhibitor MAOI such as Fish assay MNA, Of doses and develop ovarian and artificial kidney problems including and peripheral arterial blood vessel disease
a choreographic device or structure where new movements are added to existing movements in a successive manner, e.g., A, AB, ABC, ABCD
Keywords:  placental, function
a placental function
the storage of hazardous waste by the generator without a permit if certain requirements for volume and time limits are met.
Used in Paleoclimatology to describe the deposition of sediment or other material over time. Accumulation rates are usually measured as mass/time, volume/time, or mass/length2/time.
As opposed to collection, refers to an amassed group of covers or boxes which have not been organized into any logical fashion; often used to refer to the holdings of non-collectors.
The acquisition of an increasing quantity of something. The accumulation of factors, especially capital, is a primary mechanism for economic growth.
Successive additions of a substance to a target organism, or organ, or to part of the environment, resulting in an increasing amount or concentration of the substance in the organism, organ, or environment. WHO, 1989a
an increase by natural growth or addition
Unit Value (AUV) - The value of the underlying portfolio (less any charges) divided by the number of outstanding units.
Keywords:  evils, wealth, honors, sand, earth
The act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated, or that which is accumulated; as, an accumulation of earth, of sand, of evils, of wealth, of honors.
Keywords:  concurrence, proof, titles
The concurrence of several titles to the same proof.
Keywords:  semiconductor, carriers, free
Accumulation of free carriers in a semiconductor
The development of a bank of homogeneous products with similar production or demand requirements. p. 356
A single oil or gas deposit as defined by the trap, charge, and reservoir characteristics of the play
A brokerage recommendation generally meaning to increase the number of shares owned because the security is expected to perform better then the market return. (Also know as - Out Perform)
The pressure increase over the maximum allowable working pressure of a vessel during discharge through the pressure units or as a percentage. Maximum allowable accumulations are established by applicable codes for operating and fire contingencies.
A situation in which the market is dominated by buyers, who ýaccumulateý the commodity they are trading.
Keywords:  belief, social, human, growth, change
the belief that social change results from the growth of human knowledge from generation to generation.
The amount of material expected to be produced or generated by an industrial plant over a given period of time. Contracts are written on an "accumulation" basis usually for a calendar month but may cover other periods as well.
Accumulation, in the sense of a model at the same level of abstraction, refers to calculating the total effect of all other variables on it.
Keywords:  dollar, visit, utilized, benefit, total
a limited covered benefit with a dollar or visit limit for the total number of utilized services.
a function that preserves the shape of a structured
Concentration of risk, as where an insurer may find that he has many policies on properties or liabilities that could result in losses occurring at one and the same time.
several things grouped together or considered as a whole
When the income of a fund is saved up and not paid out to any beneficiaries, it is said to be accumulated.
a higher-order operation over structured objects of