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totality

noun aggregate, aggregation, allness, collectivity, completeness, comprehensiveness, entireness, entirety, entity, everything, gross, integration, lump, mass, sum, totalness, unity, whole
Associated concepts: totality of the circumstances
See also: aggregate, complex, corpus, development, entirety, finality, in solido, principal, quantity, sum, total, whole

TOTALITY. The whole sum or quantity.
     2. In making a tender, it is requisite that the totality of the sum due should be offered, together with the interest and costs. Vide Tender.

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Meanwhile, the totality will slowly finish between 3:25 a.
The weather here was, statistically, much better than further west or east although the duration of totality was much shorter, only around 20s from our selected site.
Observers along the east coast of Queensland, Australia, can enjoy the totality for about two minutes as the Sun rises 14 degrees above the horizon.
Anyone who evaluates our records, should look at them in totality -- within the context of the overall development of the UAE," he said, while accompanying British Prime Minister David Cameron at the Big 5 Show.
But at the moment of totality, a torrential downpour spoiled the view.
Forest Service and the Ad Council because it provided us a great opportunity to not only talk about the beauty of our nation's forests and parks but also the relationship that Hispanics have with nature," said Mauricio Galvan, CCO at Totality.
It argued that to ensure consumers have access to information on a variety of products and that manufacturers can continue to provide them with a choice of products that can benefit their health, the totality of the evidence must be weighed by assessing the strength and consistency of all the available data.
The three sounds of Aura as the reflection of the totality of creation are not the end of the story.
The Mummery Book: A Parable Of The Divine True Love, Told By Means Of A Self-Illuminated Illustration Of The Totality Of Mind by Adi Da Samraj (Graduate of Columbia College and Stanford) is an intimate interpretation of the mind and mind's intricacies from the depths of mind of the great modern philosopher.
The fourteen new paintings in Richard Artschwager's recent exhibition at Gagosian Gallery hardly comprise a series or even suggest a cohesive totality.
The bill's supporters, however, praise its potential to give victims "significant psychological relief and a clearer understanding of the totality of their circumstances.
Are they monitoring specific incidents or monitoring the totality of specific groups?