Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典; 英汉地质大词典; Law Dictionary
If absorbed through contaminated food, especially milk and milk products, it will accumulate in the thyroid and cause cancer.
Or, like me, you can go back and forth, alternatively scraping off the accumulated gunk and making yourself more accessible by taking on more of it.
It is the business of the scientist to accumulate knowledge about the universe and all that is in it, and to find, if he is able, common factors which underlie and account for the facts that he knows.
What is the moral of this fable? If you want to accumulate enduring wealth, do not lend to grasshoppers.
Jason: No, I just want to accumulate some useful experience there.
Be sure to work with your DBA to ensure you accumulate statistics at the appropriate time, especially in a production environment.
Then there is the problem of the genetic errors that accumulate in our cells.
So this is the fundamental equation that we can write that describes how neutrons in fact do accumulate.
On the other hand, if the tester only uses some fixed users to place orders in the formal testing, the corresponding data will accumulate.
Not only did I accumulate important experience for job, but also realize what I want to be in the future.