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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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Holding forth on the "Jew's lack of love for his fellow Jew" - the "laws of evil speech" - and his "three-thousand year of amassment of mirrored fragments," Smiles-burger proposes that Roth volunteer for the intelligence operation named Operation Shylock.
In the meantime, what Demsey and Prather have given us is an affectionate chronicling of Wilder's peripatetic career, spent partly on Broadway, partly in Hollywood, on dozens of music school campuses, and in the literary-artistic circles of the Algonquin; even more important is their abundant amassment of the raw data of his creative life.
OPEC's ownership of a crucial raw material, could lead to nationalizations, the amassment of fantastic wealth by the wealthy of the LDCs and, potentially in certain cases, the road to independent industrialization, as indeed Marx and other 'classics' of Marxism foresaw, see Palma (1978).
Our Lady of Good Hope - Bura Shrine (Mission) - in Wundanyi, Taita Taveta county, has been at the centre of a storm that threatens to stifle its services after residents accused it of land amassment.
They expend it on trivial and amoral things like luxury living, amassment of property, fighting oppositions and the like.
In the genealogy of sculpture, Sze's work occupies a new position and expands those practices that took the cumulative structures of capitalist object amassment as a formative principle--from Arman's Le Plein and Claes Oldenburg's The Store in the early 1960s to Thomas Hirschhorn's work of the late '80s.
Accountability and EQ can suffer in such an amassment. As they can when a biogger adopts a persona and when cyber communication is conveyed anonymously.
The rhetoric coming out of Israel has been just as alarming, and the growing list of intelligence leaks which supposedly point to an amassment of arms by Hizbullah and the development of an underground network of tunnels for smuggling all point to the possibility of a military offensive.