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(Ticaret) cumulative
Having priority rights to receive a dividend that accrue until paid
That is formed by accumulation of successive additions
That tends to accumulate
increasing by successive addition; "the benefits are cumulative"; "the eventual accumulative effect of these substances"
Composed of parts in a heap; forming a mass; aggregated
DATE Timestamp of last cumulative export
Those which result from the incremental impact of the action when added to other past, present, and reasonably foreseeable future actions regardless of what agency or person undertakes such other actions
one whose force increases as the statement proceeds
Incorporating all data up to the present
Weights – Refers to weights calculated for cumulative number of points and areas for classes in ordered data Cumulative weights calculated from either highest to lowest (descending), or lowest to highest (ascending) class, can be calculated for a single evidential theme in the 'Calculate Theme Weights ' function Calculating cumulative weights can be useful in reducing noise from variation that occurs in categorical weights, making it easier to determine the optimum cut-off points for generalization of data Refer to Categorical Weights; Ordered Data Type; Calculating Theme Weights Cumulative
Augmenting, gaining, or giving force, by successive additions; as, a cumulative argument, i
If a series of events have a cumulative effect, each event makes the effect greater. It is simple pleasures, such as a walk on a sunny day, which have a cumulative effect on our mood + cumulatively cu·mu·la·tive·ly His administration was plagued by one petty scandal after another, cumulatively very damaging. increasing gradually as more of something is added or happens (cumulatus, past participle of cumulare; ACCUMULATE)
Tending to prove the same point to which other evidence has been offered; said of evidence
An arrangement in which a payment not made when due is carried over to the following period
{s} increasing, accruing, snowballing
Given by same testator to the same legatee; said of a legacy
Cumulative impacts are defined as effects of the project that may increase when considered in conjunction with other reasonably foreseeable activities in the surrounding area
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