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grand total

The final amount after adding several different numbers or sums. After everything was accounted for, the cost of remodeling the kitchen came to a grand total of $4,500.
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Select the Grand Total cell and apply a Double Accounting Underline to that cell.
The "grand total" category includes a wide variety of tax forms, such as individual, fiduciary, corporation, employment, partnership, exempt organization, government entity, political organization, estate, gift, excise, estimated tax vouchers, and other forms, as described in Table 1.
"Ontarians last year bought a grand total of about 1,000 hybrid vehicles," said DesRosiers Automotive Consultants chief Dennis DesRosiers.
of Education Funding 2001 2002 2003 GRAND TOTAL 73,929,485,607 86,356,523,692 96,488,804,195 ESEA TITLE I 8,762,721,000 10,350,000,000 11,688,664,000 2004 2005 2006 GRAND TOTAL 105,127,528,512 110,164,430,376 116,178,191,532 ESEA TITLE I 12,342,309,000 12,739,571,000 13,342,309,000 2001 to 2006 % change GRAND TOTAL 57% ESEA TITLE I 52% NOTE: Allocations for fiscal years 2005 and 2006 are preliminary estimates Source: U.S.
This, observes Bartlett, represents a "grand total indebtedness of more than $20 trillion during the Bush presidency, of which more than 40 percent is accounted for just by the Medicare drug benefit."
Previously he had placed first at local, district and state Elks competitions, where he received a total of $4,150, for a grand total award of $8,150.
Since 1988, abortion statistics have risen to around 110,000 annually, for a grand total of over three million murdered babies by 2005.
The other 50% comes from partner organisations and private landowners giving a grand total of pounds 2,223,346.00 to be spent in the area over four years.
10 Squadron helped initiate Sopwith's graceful little triplane to action, and also included several high-scoring aces on its roster, such as Canadian Ray Collishaw, who eventually tallied a grand total of 60 kills and saw service in WW II as an air commodore.
An unusual high-barrier cast film has 35 micro-layers of EVOH alternating with another polymer, plus tie, regrind, and surface seal layers--for a grand total of 75 layers in all.
Since the launch of euro2004.com 3.5bn HTTP requests have been registered, an increase of 150% on the grand total of 1.4bn for euro2000.org.
AS RECENTLY REPORTED AND published by the Telecommunications Carriers Association: The Japanese market added 500,000 new subscribers in December of last year, reaching a grand total of about 80 million mobile subscribers.
But he's got the grand total of eight to his name this season and spent most of his time in the physio's room.
In all, customers will be able to mix and match for a grand total of 26 choices.