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cumulative

(Increasing), adjective accruing, added together, additional, additive, additory, becoming greater, becoming larger, broadening, continually increasing, enlarging, flourishing, growing, growing by successive additions, incremental, lengthening, multiplying, on the increase, pillng up, strengthening, successively gaining in force, successively waxing in force, swelling, thriving, widening
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cumulative

(Intensifying), adjective accelerating, aggravative, amplifying, augmentative, becoming more innense, boosting, concentrating, deepening, enhancing, exaggerating, extending, heightening, intensive, magnifying, maximizing, multiplying, quickening, strengthening

CUMULATIVE. Forming a heap; additional; as, cumulative evidence, or that which goes to prove the same point which has been established by other evidence. Cumulative legacy, or accumulative legacy, is a second bequest, given by the same testator to the same legatee. 2 Rop. Log. 19,. See 1 Saund. 134, n. 4; Remedy.

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2] The annualized current distribution rate is the cumulative distribution rate annualized as a percentage of the Fund's NAV as of October 31, 2015.
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While the root cause of cumulative trauma disorders is automation and repetitive actions, the primary reasons for the tremendous rise in the incidence rates are the increased recognition of the problem and a better informed workforce.
5% Series A Cumulative Redeemable Preferred Stock has been listed on the Pink Sheets, a centralized quotation service that collects and publishes market maker quotes for certain securities.
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6] Cumulative includes dividend paid on January 2, 2015.
3 The return of premium benefit will be equal to a percent of the cumulative premiums paid on the disability income rider, less disability benefits paid upon surrender of the rider or death of the insured.
3] Cumulative total return at NAV is the percentage change in the Fund's NAV for the period from the beginning of its fiscal year to April 30, 2015 including distributions paid and assuming reinvestment of those distributions.