In both countries, the rulers place the accumulation of wealth far ahead of the welfare of the nation.
Some of us, it turns out, are actually happy to be here—exhausted by what Salwen terms the “accumulation Years.”
And if you go through enough of it, this accumulation comes to be your calling card of wisdom.
That accumulation of identities is already a sine qua non when speaking of Hispanics, like Zimmerman.
Third, the news is more than the accumulation of facts strung together.
Their forefathers were stationed there before them, and thus there has been an accumulation of local knowledge.
It has been the accumulation of years, and was intended as a provision for you and Robert.
The greatest difficulty that was experienced was due to the accumulation of rime on the instruments.
This place is remarkable for the accumulation of Aztec and Spanish antiquities.
Where subsistence was scant, accumulation was at least slow.