Definition of Accruing:
increase by addition or growth, often financial
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Players on teams with first-round byes have no chance to accrue points during the opening weekend, but they tend to have the best players and the best Super Bowl odds, so don’t be shy about drafting them early.
Double XP tokens accrued in “Warzone” before the merger now can’t be used in “Warzone.”
However, as data has accrued, the Gaia scientists have found it easier to separate the fake parallax from the real.
Its benefits accrue not only to patients, they argue, but to doctors and nurses as well.
Overdraft policies vary by bank but the typical fee is $35, and a customer can accrue additional penalties multiple times a day, CRL reported.
When an assignment of it is made, the assignee may sue in his own name for rent accruing after the assignment.
Of the taxes accruing to the Insular Treasury under the above law, 10 per cent.
On the 31st of December in every year the interest accruing will be added to the capital and will in like manner bear interest.
The output is seized in its entirety, and not limited to the extent accruing to British scrip holders only.
She likewise renounces in favor of China any claim to indemnities accruing thereunder subsequent to March 14, 1917.