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  • This was the highest single-season total ever recorded for the club.
  • This remains the highest single-season total ever recorded for the club.
  • The third-highest total in professional football history is much more recent.
  • The total loss of life throughout the war is largely unknown.
  • The total surface area of solid has an important effect on the reaction rate.
  • However, the total system mass and energy do not change during this interaction.
  • He continues to hold career, single-season and single-game total records for assists.
  • The empire covered more than, almost a quarter of the Earth's total land area.
  • Below are the total number of passengers using heavy rail transport in Britain.
  • Brazil covers a total area of which includes of land and of water.
  • In some countries, civil defense is seen as a key part of "total defense".
  • They report a total output which is double that of the rest of the world put together.
  • The following season, his home run totals went down, but his production went up.
  • He had early success, but as his ice time dropped so did his point totals.
  • In this way the army and in particular Napoleon gained total power.
  • Even with his high win totals, however, he also lost many games.
  • However, if R and S are total relations, T is in general not.
  • Where teams finished with equal points totals, run rate was used to separate them.
  • She has since appeared in a total of eleven episodes.
  • At his death he was teaching three courses totaling two thousand five hundred students.
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Meaning of total

  • verb Add up in number or quantity
    The bills amounted to $2,000, The bill came to $2,000
  • verb Determine the sum of
    Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town
  • verb Damage beyond the point of repair
    My son totaled our new car, the rock star totals his guitar at every concert