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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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What the uninitiated don't understand is that totality is not merely something interesting you observe at a distance, but something that happens all around you and inside you as well, transforming your inner and outer landscapes in surprising ways.
ARC's analysis found that the following cities in the path of totality had the most dramatic increases over the prior year:
In Madras, motorists began streaming out of prime viewing spots within 30 seconds of the sun reappearing Monday morning after totality.
The eclipse nears totality in Wyoming Justin Sullivan
This place is just about perfectly situated on the centre line of the path of totality, and most importantly, it's climatologically gifted in late August, having a lower probability of cloud cover than any other place in America along the eclipse's path.
When totality is ending, then it's time to put them back on.
Time of totality based on NASA projections for start of totality in each park and may vary.
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.
But at the moment of totality, a torrential downpour spoiled the view.
17) Alternatively, we may tolerate the existence of the Russell set and the other contradictory sets by allowing the existence of certain contradictions--contradictions that characteristically arise in the course of thinking, or talking, about the limits of a totality in which the act of thinking or talking itself is a member.
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.