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When multiple traumas occur together, they layer atop one another and accrete under pressure.
As the planet accreted additional mass, the proportion of gas rose.Saturn has a fuzzy core, spread over more than half the planet’s diameter|Ken Croswell|May 6, 2021|Science News
If antistars existed within the plane of the Milky Way, where they could accrete lots of gas and dust made of ordinary matter, they could emit lots of gamma rays and be easy to spot.
If, on the other hand, antistars tended to exist outside the plane of the galaxy, they would have much less opportunity to accrete normal matter and be much harder to find.
No one has ever applied a single decent piece of cost-to-benefit analysis to any of this stuff, and they just accrete over time.
It will leave the ACA intact, as is, to accrete interest group support until reform becomes all-but-impossible.
Why should trifles accrete to an ancient and hideous memory until it became a corporeal, living, malignant thing?The Debit Account|Oliver Onions
And as I continued to do this these fantasias began to accrete more and more about the figure of Derwent Rose.The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions
The result of our education is to fill the mind little by little, as experiences accrete, with a stock of such ideas.