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tote something up

to add something up. The clerk toted the bill up and asked for an enormous sum. Tote up your expense report quickly and submit it to accounts payable.
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tote

1. n. someone who abstains from alcohol. (From total abstainer.) I’m not a tote, but I do have a limit—rather low by your standards. Have a drink, or are you still a tote?
2. n. a small portion of cannabis. (Drugs.) The cops found a tote when they tossed Bart, but that was all.
3. n. a small pipe for smoking cannabis. (Drugs.) Her father found a tote in her room and really hit the ceiling.
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It would have limited households to 40 gallons of curbside waste per week through use of a toter.
Toter will eventually employ about 16 people at the facility and will be able to produce about 100 units a year, in addition to performing custom jobs for third parties.
Graham recently finished the prototype Stage Toter, which had its public debut at the Bikes, Blues & BBQ festival in Fayetteville.
The action results in an agreement whereby Tucson will purchase containers from Toter and Rehrig-Pacific at the original bid prices.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- Rubbermaid Incorporated (NYSE: RBD) and Toter Incorporated announced today that they were discontinuing talks regarding the acquisition of Toter by Rubbermaid.
If approved, households would have been provided with a 40-gallon toter, coined a SMART Cart, an acronym for the state's Save Money and Reduce Trash initiative.
I was the production manager, sound recordist and spear toter - a green hippie,'' Larry said.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Rubbermaid Incorporated (NYSE: RBD) today announced that it had signed a letter of intent to acquire Toter Incorporated.
Households would be provided with a 40-gallon toter, coined a SMART Cart, an acronym for the state's Save Money and Reduce Trash initiative.
Residents are reminded that recycling is every other week, recyclables only go in the recycling toter without trash, and bulk items need to be registered.
Paper plates: Clean paper plates and clean plastic plates labeled 1-7 can be put in your recycling toter.
She said she needs to be convinced before deciding to switch from the bag to the toter system.
The new recyclables toter holds 64 gallons, a marked departure from the smaller bins provided by the city previously for recycling material.
Hot weather makes concealing garments such as jackets and vests impractical and conspicuous, which leads many would-be gun toters to go unarmed.
Guns Could Be an Issue in the Governor's Race: "In Texas, where licensed gun toters are allowed to bypass the metal detectors at the state Capitol and the sitting governor once shot a coyote while jogging, getting between Texans and their guns can be politically dangerous.