Definitions for "Accumulator"
A system of elastic springs for relieving the strain upon a rope, as in deep-sea dredging.
A storage tank ocated in the suction line of a compessor. it allows small amounts of liquid ref. to boil away before entering the comp. it can be used to store excess ref. in heap pump systems during the winter cycle
n: the storage device for nitrogen pressurized hydraulic fluid, which is used in operating the blowout preventers.
Keywords:  parlay, punter, stake, win, success
This is a multiple bet in which the bettor bets that a number of events will happen. So, for example, a bettor may have a $10 accumulator on Denver winning the Super Bowl, Australia winning the Cricket World Cup and Manchester United winning the English Premier soccer league. If any of these three events does not happen, the bettor loses the stake. This is known as a PARLAY in the United States. DOUBLES and TREBLES are specific types of accumulators.
A bet consisting of two or more selections, where the winnings plus the stake from each successive selection is automatically re-staked on the next.
A multiple bet, which includes selections from a number of different markets. All the selections made must win for you to win the accumulator. Betfair currently only offers selected accumulators.
A special register, or memory location, in the arithmetic and logic unit of the computer processor. It is used to hold the result of a calculation temporarily or to store data that is being transferred.
Refers to a register unit used to store the results of logic or arthmatic operations.
An accumulator is a register or storage area that keeps track of answers worked out by the arithmetic/logic unit. For example, if the AL adds 2+2, 4+4, 6+6, the answers 4,8, 12 would be stored in the accumulator.
a functor that uses a pair of special iterators to step through a list of slots and calculate a return value from the results of the slot invokations
an object with a value that changes on each iteration
a numeric variable, which you set to an initial value (again, usually zero), and which you update by adding the value of the amount accrued during the just-completed execution of the loop
a variable or variables into which you collect your answer
a variable that is incremented or decremented by a variable amount each time the loop is executed
In our case, a rechargeable Orgone concentrating container
One who, or that which, accumulates, collects, or amasses.
a person who is employed to collect payments (as for rent or taxes)
a thing which collects a sequence of objects one at a time for some purpose
Keywords:  acetate, acoustic, lens
Acetate Acoustic Lens
a data class used for computing running sums and/or time averages of AttrVect class data
An apparatus for accumulating or increasing the intensity of an electric charge. In modern terms, a capacitor.
An investor whose goal is to acquire as much of a specific sinking fund issue as possible in order to control the floating supply of the issue and affect its market value.
Keywords:  battery
a parameter of a function that is used to hold the result constructed so far
Keywords:  multi, modified, form
a modified form of a Multi
Keywords:  appreciation, capital, bond, see
See capital appreciation bond.
Keywords:  chemical, electricity, source
a chemical source of electricity