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sum total

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsum totalˌsum ˈtotal noun   the sum total
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sum totalEverything was lost; the entire sum total of human existence was gone for ever.Without sounding exactly like anything else, however, its sum total was more a collection of echoes than a consistent voice.In the orthodox view the illness is considered to be the sum total of the symptoms and signs which it produces.Is that the sum total of the charges against me?That was the sum total of my formal education for the craft.The sum total of data connected with metalworking is hardly a representative guide to such industry or exchange.The sum total of their daily offering of music in worship far exceeds that of the cathedrals.
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