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Amass

To gather or to collect. The term is used in business especially in relation to a person or company that has gathered something needed or desired. For example, a person may amass wealth or inventory.
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They are also perplexed as to how a policeman in a state police force could have amassed so much wealth.
com/cbs-reveals-all-access-showtime-ott-subscriber-numbers/) CBS revealed its over-the-top services with live and on-demand content had amassed over two million total subscribers, with about one million subscribed to CBS All Access and another million subscribed to Showtime.
As per the report, the former ministers together amassed wealth to the tune of over ` 1,000 crore .
The figure was up from the 14% of people who owed more than pounds 10,000 in April and the 13% of people who had amassed debts of this level 12 months ago.
Hart 39, Bishop Amat 16: Denalo Howell amassed more than 300 all-purpose yards as the Indians routed host Bishop Amat of La Puente for their first victory of the year.
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane tells of Hugh Lane, who began his career in the arts as an apprentice painting restorer, became a London art dealer, and eventually amassed a collection of art which led to Ireland's most famous public art collections.
Los Angeles lawyer Howard Holtzman had amassed 1500 items including unpublished letters and manuscripts, rare sculptures, photographs, tributes, as well as oral histories of her life.
Silk, a professor of astronomy at the University of Oxford, takes readers on a tour of the field and summarizes the knowledge that scientists have amassed about the cosmos.
Around a quarter of them have amassed unsecured debts of more than pounds 20,000, according to debt solutions company One Advice.
But a worrying number of young people have also amassed five-figure debts, with over 200,000 eighteen to 24-year-olds owing more than pounds 10,000, the equivalent of one out of every 20 people in the age group.
As coach of the powerhouse Jenks (OK) High School Trojans, Allan Trimble has amassed an amazing number of victories, state championship titles, and national rankings.
When he was in Copenhagen, Kinsey tracked down a scholar who had amassed voluminous data on Andersen that he could never publish in Denmark because it would have besmirched the reputation of its national hero.