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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of total. (US spelling)
- adj. destroyed
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of automobiles; completely demolished
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Wynn gained 90 yards and Harvin totaled 111 yards rushing and receiving.
He again totaled 179 tackles (109 solo) with three sacks and twelve stops behind the line of scrimmage, leading the Gateway in tackles for the second-straight year.
Kerri Gardin totaled 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Hokies (1-1), who shot just 27 percent (10-of-37) in the first half.
Martin totaled 26 points and Mourning added a season-high 15.
"The cars, when we drive them to the bank with, like, half of the coins totaled, you can actually feel a difference in the way the car drives because there's so much weight in the back," says Daniel Berman , 20 years old, a junior studying physics and psychology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Those recalls totaled more than 10 million cars and trucks built for the 1992-2004 model years.
For all of 2008, sales of one-ounce American Eagle bullion coins totaled 794,000 and sales of one-ounce Buffalo coins totaled 172,500.
Over 200 cars were totaled, which is still reflected in a bumper sticker: “This car survived the great Socorro Hail Storm.”
The various spellings of Jaquiths name totaled 20 votes, including one for WALDOO.
The demand for gold bars and coins totaled 307.7 tonnes during the second quarter, which represents a 9% increase from the same period last year.
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