in total


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Related to in total: kind of, by way of, at least, couldn't, take it for granted, catching up, scolded

in total

As a sum; taken together. In total, there have been 15 road deaths in the state so far this year. We're anticipating about 175 guests in total.
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in total

All together; entirely.
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0%; -- The fourteenth consecutive quarter of growth in average drive-in level profits; -- An 8% increase in total revenues to $161.
05); -- In those women who received INS-1 and ovulated, a corresponding, statistically significant reduction in both free and total serum testosterone concentrations was observed (1200 mg/day: 22 percent reduction in free testosterone and 20 percent reduction in total testosterone, p less than 0.
5 million out of about $652 million generated in total fees for fiscal year 1997, according to Los Angeles immigration attorney Carl Shusterman.
5 million of $652 million in total INS application fees generated in 1997.
In total, the company estimates that combined onshore and offshore weather-related shut-ins and delays, including those affecting rigs being used to develop the K2, K2 North and Genghis Khan fields in the Gulf of Mexico, reduced third quarter net volumes by 400,000 BOE.