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The funds needed will mainly be drawn from accumulation within the enterprise.
But you do not always do that because there is an accumulation of incidents that happened to him - look what happened at Birmingham.
Each component in a workspace has its own history of change sets, the accumulation of which defines a configuration of the component.
Government knows this, and hence its accumulation of weaponry and relentless propaganda.
But fundamentally, intelligence is an accumulation of skills — not an innate thing.
Edema: In 1845, during his last two months of life, Jackson began experiencing edema, an abnormal accumulation of fluid beneath his skin and in certain cavities.
But because political discourse is controlled by people who put the accumulation of money above all other ends, this policy appears to be impossible.
Islam, too, has much to say about usury and the accumulation of wealth at the expense of welfare.
That there are not could be explained by the fact that the accumulation of sediment in most rocks is so slow that the two layers are, in effect, superimposed.
Keynes would have solved the problem by printing money, but he did not realize that what allowed for capital formation was investment made possible through capital accumulation.