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adjective absolute, aggregate, all, complete, downright, entire, full, global, gross, inclusive, integral, omnis, outright, radical, thorough, thoroughgoing, undivided, universal, universus, unqualified, utter, whole, with no exception, without omission
See also: absolute, aggregate, amount, categorical, collective, complete, comprehensive, comprise, computation, corpus, detailed, entirety, extreme, face amount, face value, full, in solido, inclusive, maximum, outright, peremptory, plenary, poll, price, pure, quantity, radical, stark, sum, survey, thorough, unlimited, unqualified, whole

TOTAL. Complete; containing the whole; as the total amount of an account is all the items of such account added together; total incapacity, is an absolute and complete incapacity to do a thing. A married woman is totally incapable to make a contract, because, although having intelligence, she has not legal capacity and an idiot is totally incapable to enter into a contract, because he has no will.

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1 million square feet of acquisitions during the first quarter for an estimated total investment of approximately $372 million.
Comparison of the 1991 and 1992 robbery totals revealed that those committed with firearms were up by 2 percent.
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Private building, which includes residential and nonresidential building, totals $50.
Ben Bartolotto, Director of CIRB, reports that heavy construction in the first nine months of 2004 totals $6.
California's total construction volume for September totals $5.
According to CIRB analysts, the year-to-date figures show private building construction (residential and private nonresidential) totals $34.
7 percent from the previous month while public works construction, which includes both highway-heavy construction and government buildings, totals $1.
California's public works construction, which includes government building plus heavy construction, totals $11.
3 percent, thanks to major public works projects which inflate the totals.
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This figure surpasses the past four monthly highway-heavy monthly totals.