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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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What does racing want from the Tote and what can realistically be expected?
if they have not done so already, must undertake a fundamental review of their Tote policy.
He added: "It will be a crying shame if the special relationship racing has with the Tote is allowed to disappear.
And, in March this year, the Tote's future was thrown into further uncertainty following an Office of Fair Trading ruling that the Tote amounted to an anti-competitive monopoly.
To invest in a state-owned Tote when the state-owned broadcaster is closing its door on racing might look like madness.
He added: "A vibrant government backed Tote could easily take off.
Our sport was the reason behind the Tote's creation, is central to its business, and the initial Labour manifesto commitment in 2001 pledged to sell the Tote to racing 'to allow it to compete commercially, with all long-term profits invested in the sport'.
It is too late to resurrect fundamental questions about who owns the Tote, too late to secure the Tote's long-term monopoly of pool betting on British horseracing, too late to buy the Tote for less than its full market value, and probably too late to buy the Tote for its full market value except at a price established in direct competition with other potential buyers.
It then had an example of a horse (incorrectly spelt) from 2016 (yes, the date is correct) whose Tote win return of 90.
TOTE began its journey as a privately-owned corporation and nearly 40 years lacer, continues to conduct business in the same manner.
Our focus here is on smaller tote versions -- ones that are machine-washable -- perfect for a trip to the beach, picnics, a bike ride, or even a trip to the grocery store.
United Tote supplies pari-mutuel tote services to 94 racing facilities in North America, including Churchill Downs and New York Racing Association tracks, and 11 facilities in Korea, Mexico, Spain and other foreign markets.
1) Cut two pieces of fabric (12 inches-by-9 inches) for the outside of the tote and two for the lining.
Racing's biggest sponsor, the Tote, will spend more than pounds 2.