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1 The fund was increased by the accretion of new shareholders.
2 A coral reef is built by the accretion of tiny, identical organisms.
3 Every culture is an accretion.
4 The principal means of growth and development including accretion,(www.Sentencedict.com) redefinition and invention.
5 Or is development just the accretion of a variety of different mechanisms?
6 If volatiles are acquired during accretion then most of the volatiles are initially buried deep in the planet.
7 Coral growth and the accretion of sediments in coastal mangroves will compensate.
8 Erosion or accretion of sand by wind action is evident throughout and soil genesis is truncated by erosion or fossilised by deposition.
9 GM contagion of accepted and amoebic aliment is accretion.
10 The inner single debouch bar develops accretion sand bodies.
11 Nevertheless, astrophysicists have persisted in their belief that accretion disks are indeed turbulent.
12 Volume change of mass, accretion state and haemorrhagia amount during the operation were analyzed.
13 The Thick Accretion Disk Model and Self - gravitating Accretion Disk Model of QSOs.
14 The multiple migration - accretion concept of Gruner deserves mention.
15 An accretion of sediment at the mouth of the river caused serious flooding.
16 For example, some accretion disks in binary star systems occasionally undergo large[Sentencedict.com], temporary increases in luminosity.
17 The planetesimals accretions of the Earth obviously have two stages, including initial accretion and late accretion.
18 The large 1-s spin period is close to its equilibrium value, suggesting Eddington-limited accretion at some time in the near past.
19 The public sector continued to grow through a process of bureaucratic accretion financed by economic growth.
20 The surface of the Moon is the result of accretion and of subsequent impacts and slow-acting erosional processes.
21 In these theories the late heavy bombardment can be separate from accretion, as in curve B in Figure 6.9.
22 It could only have been relatively cool gases that could initiate accretion processes.
23 The thickening of the crust beneath the Cordillera Blanca was by magmatic accretion since the Miocene.
24 Part of the difficulty is a process called photoionization, in which the high-energy photons conveying the x-rays strip away electrons from atoms within the accretion disk.
25 The continental crust was formed through the continental nucleus, platform, Pangea, continental splitting, continental accretion, intercontinental collision and orogeny in its progress.
26 Blowback ejects much of the gas from the galaxy, star formation abruptly slows, and accretion onto the black hole declines —until another merger occurs.
27 Chinese olive ( Canarium Album ) tend as the accretion of density likely distributing equably.
28 The results showed 8 cases were diagnosed as local recurrences of tumour and 4 cases as tumour caused by cicatrix accretion.
29 With the increase of the velocity and acceleration of the moving target, it produces a large accretion of dynamic error of O-E theodolite.
30 The subduction of oceanic plates has two tectonic actions of subduction accretion and subduction erosion, which ar interconvertible in different time and space.
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