The following day, another school shooting at Arapahoe High School added to our tally.
Police believe the tally of potential Grim Sleeper victims is closer to 16.
In the runoff, he more than doubled his tally, to 13.2 million.
The tally, based on 2,978 votes cast by Thursday morning in Pakistan: 75 percent, yes; 25 percent, no.
The even better news from a GOP (and American) viewpoint involves the little-noted religious message from the Iowa tally.
Every one turned to look at tally, who in turn seemed quite taken by surprise, as he said, tally no plan!
This tally did not cover Indians, of whom he had slain several.
They compared the two pieces together, and found them to tally exactly.
To me above all others, whose ears, attuned to the “tally ho!”
At that time thirty coaches left her inn daily, amongst them being the tally Ho!
mid-15c., "stick marked with notches to indicate amount owed or paid," from Anglo-French tallie (early 14c.), Anglo-Latin talea (late 12c.), from Medieval Latin tallia, from Latin talea "a cutting, rod, stick" (see tailor, and cf. sense history of score). Meaning "a thing that matches another" first recorded 1650s, said to be from practice of splitting a tally lengthwise, debtor and creditor each retaining one of the halves. Sports sense of "a total score" is from 1856.
mid-15c., from Medieval Latin talliare "to tax," from tallia (see tally (n.)). Related: Tallied; tallying.