Accumulated

Some articles on accumulated:

Hail - Accumulations
... The accumulated hail generally resembles accumulated snow and any significant accumulation of hail has the same restrictive effects as snow accumulation, albeit ... Accumulated hail can also cause flooding by blocking drains ... the creation of snowmen and other sculptures can take place with accumulated hail if the consistency of the hail is correct ...
Hailstorms - Accumulations
... A landscape covered in accumulated hail generally resembles one covered in accumulated snow and any significant accumulation of hail has the same restrictive effects as snow accumulation, albeit over a smaller area, on ... Accumulated hail can also cause flooding by blocking drains, and hail can be carried in the floodwater, turning into a snow like slush which is deposited at lower elevations ...
Money Game (The Price Is Right) - Retired Games - B - Buy or Sell
... of the game, he won all three prizes as well as any cash accumulated in the bank ... The most money that could be accumulated was $1,900 ... Prior to 1997, winning contestants did not receive any cash accumulated ...
Accumulated Thermal Unit
... An accumulated thermal unit is a unit of measurement used to describe the cumulative effect of temperature over time ... an environment at a constant temperature of 5 °C, 5 ATU would accumulate per day, with 65 ATUs accumulated after 13 days ... Accumulated thermal units are used, for example, in aquaculture to track the development of incubating salmonid eggs ...
2007 A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup
... If two or more teams were level on points accumulated, the following criteria would be applied, in order, until one of the teams was determined as the higher ranked highest goal difference ...

More definitions of "accumulated":

  • (adj): Periodically accumulated over time.
    Synonyms: accrued

Famous quotes containing the word accumulated:

    Chinese were born ... with an accumulated wisdom, a natural sophistication, an intelligent naivete, and unless they were transplanted too young, these qualities ripened in them.... If ever I am homesick for China, now that I am home in my own country, it is when I discover here no philosophy. Our people have opinions and creeds and prejudices and ideas but as yet no philosophy.
    Pearl S. Buck (1892–1973)

    The science of Humboldt is one thing, poetry is another thing. The poet to-day, notwithstanding all the discoveries of science, and the accumulated learning of mankind, enjoys no advantage over Homer.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    History is not a book, arbitrarily divided into chapters, or a drama chopped into separate acts: it has flowed forward. Rome is a continuity, called “eternal.” What has accumulated in this place acts on everyone, day and night, like an extra climate.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)