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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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Cumulatively, 83 (8.1%) fatal victims of RTCs belonged to the unskilled group in terms of occupation, and 81 (7.9%) were students.
Cumulatively, 35,40,35.572 litres of IML and other liquor worth Rs.
As many as 155.68 million shares cumulatively worth Dh328.50 million were traded on the market.
Under the terms of the new Client Computing/Servers (CCS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) announced on Monday, cumulatively worth up to USD800m, HP products may be selected through the quantum enterprise buy (QEB) procurement system.
The move is the latest price cut the supermarket has made over the last two weeks meaning its unleaded prices have fallen by 3p cumulatively during this time.
Mirka Velinovska comments for Nova Makedonija the recent simulation in Ohrid and says that the participants that faked the "second side" or more precisely the first side in Ohrid's propaganda episode seem to be indebted like Greece and they must cumulatively work off without thinking.
These 21 marginal fields have been estimated to cumulatively hold crude rese-rves of 0.4969 mt and gas reserves of 1.519 billion cu m.
A trio of genome-wide studies -- collectively the largest to date -- have pinpointed a vast array of genetic variation that cumulatively may account for at least one third of the genetic risk for schizophrenia.
However, cumulatively in the first half of this year Honda still led with total sales of 923,991 units as against Yamaha's 894,663 units, followed by Susuzki's 270,136 units.
Coverdell Education Savings Accounts: Formally referred to as Educational IRAs, these allow users to contribute cumulatively up to $2,000 a year for qualified elementary, secondary school and higher education expenses of a child.
After mounting the aortic rings pretreated with arsenic in organ baths, we induced the contraction by cumulatively adding phenylephrine or serotonin to obtain concentration-contraction curves.
Hertz is no less clear about the origin of the rich-poor gap--the comparative advantages cumulatively developed in the regions best endowed with natural assets; the systems and structures, economic and financial, which their populations devise to maintain and reinforce their advantages; the distribution of power which enables them to stay in that position despite the obvious inequality on which it rests.