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The firm has declined to share the fund’s total size to date.

They don’t have a first down and have only seven yards of total offense.

Mike Conley picking up his $34 million option for 2020-21 was a total no-brainer.

The Boy Scouts announced the total number of cases earlier this week, after a deadline passed for victims to come forward as part of the organization’s ongoing Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.

Oklahoma City GM Sam Presti agreed to absorb Horford so that he could pocket another first-round pick — incredibly, he now has 18 total through 2027 — and attempt to turn around and trade the five-time all-star center down the road.

The sale totalled £59,062, with buyers from nine countries across five ontinents.

You've no idea what the total comes to,' said George, as he ruefully totalled it up.

Firmstone silently handed Hartwell the copy of his original letter of advice and the totalled figures of the recent weighing.

In the last week of May rains were frequent, and the precipitation totalled 2.09 inches.

Accessions increased during the depression years and after, so that in 1941 they totalled 159,000.

We totalled some three hundred and eighty officers and men and four hundred horses.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to totalled, such as: categorized, checked, contained, counted, designated, and doomed.

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