sum up

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUM UP

In fact, to sum up the whole matter, we have no common sympathies.

All the women, to sum up, agreed that she was a perfect marvel.

But I may sum up all that I have to say in a word, and pass on.

Then may we not sum up the argument in a word and say truly: If one is not, then nothing is?

To sum up, I recognise that I have a serious physical defect.

I've got a hundred messages which you can sum up in 'love from all.'

To sum up: If you will conform to the conditions I have mentioned, I will sign the agreement.

To sum up on the origin of our domestic races of animals and plants.

Let us sum up how the various resources may be used to conserve one another.

When retired to his own apartment, Edward endeavoured to sum up the business of the day.

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