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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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Residents can also rent large toters for a monthly fee.
The toters were paid for by landfill operator Casella Waste Systems as part of a capital outlay line item intended to improve the containment of trash and recycling in town, the director said.
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.
Commissioner Phil Armstrong agreed that it was a difficult decision and that he "did see the concerns" with going to the toter system, but said ultimately he thought the toter system's merits outweighed the negatives.
Graham recently finished the prototype Stage Toter, which had its public debut at the Bikes, Blues & BBQ festival in Fayetteville.
The city enlisted Logistics System Engineering to integrate TIRIS technology with Toter household waste bins and collection trucks to create an automated trash collection system that will hold residents responsible for the amount of solid waste they create.
Manufactured using Advanced Rotational Molding[TM], Toter carts are exceptionally strong and durable.
Walkup and City Council accepted a proposed settlement between Toter and Rehrig-Pacific, the two vendors vying to supply Tucson with blue recycling barrels.
Large recycling carts are offered by Safco Recycling Systems; Toter |R~ Inc.
With 21-, 32-, 48-, 64- and 96-gallon sizes, Toter offers a broad line of carts for the home improvement industry.
The containers, manufactured by Toter, allow for collections with the use of automated trash collection vehicles.
Auburn charges customers $96 or $78, depending on the size of a trash toter, for six month's trash and recycling hauling service.
A cinematic gladiator and Western six-gun toter will join Presidents Cleveland, Monroe and Grant on Wednesday by getting his name on a San Fernando Valley high school.
Outside, 101-gallon "universal carts" from Toter Inc.
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.