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Total

Complete amount of buy or sell interest, as opposed to having more behind it. See: Partial.

Total

Describing completion, especially of an amount. The total cost of a transaction includes not only the sale price but also commissions, interest rates, and other expenses. For example, a student loan has a principal and interest rate, but the total cost may include an origination fee, a federal default fee, and other expenses.
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Twenty-one rubles," he said, pointing to the figure twenty-one by which the total exceeded the round sum of forty-three thousand; and taking up a pack he prepared to deal.
If capital consumed its share, the sum total of capital could not increase.
We found that the division of the joint product that took place there was similar to the division that took place in the sum total of all industrial processes.
Of the total number of persons engaged in occupations in the United States, only nine-tenths of one per cent are from the Plutocracy, yet the Plutocracy owns seventy per cent of the total wealth.
And the population of China overtopped this tremendous total by
At 5,000,000 a year increase, her total increase in the intervening seventy years must be 350,000,000.
If her population was a billion, and was increasing twenty millions a year, in twenty-five years it would be a billion and a half--equal to the total population of the world in
But, it is so amazing how any people can have come to a total smash, that everybody feels bound to account for it specially.
It is an odious subject, an offensive subject, a subject that makes me sick, and I--' And with his favourite right-arm flourish which sweeps away everything and settles it for ever, Mr Podsnap sweeps these inconveniently unexplainable wretches who have lived beyond their means and gone to total smash, off the face of the universe.
One of these paragraphs tells about a quarrel between the Czar of Russia and his eldest son, twenty-one and a half lines; and the other tells about the atrocious destruction of a peasant child by its parents, forty lines, or one-fifth of the total of the reading-matter contained in the paper.
Categories highlighted in color include national brand and private label totals.
AMB's presence in Chicago now totals approximately 14.