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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. - College Football - South Carolina vs. Florida

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Over 200 cars were totaled, which is still reflected in a bumper sticker: “This car survived the great Socorro Hail Storm.”

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  • The various spellings of Jaquith’s name totaled 20 votes, including one for “WALDOO.

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  • 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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