verb (used with object), to·taled, to·tal·ing or (especially British) to·talled, to·tal·ling.
verb (used without object), to·taled, to·tal·ing or (especially British) to·talled, to·tal·ling.
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The “Harlem Shake” videos, meanwhile, have totaled over 175 million YouTube views and counting.
The no votes from Republicans totaled 151, while just 16 Democrats gave the Heisman.Congress’s Fiscal-Cliff Chaos: House Passes Last-Minute Deal|John Avlon|January 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her largest run of donations to the Democratic Party came in 2002 and totaled more than $262,000.
And there were checks for Hunter's Santa Barbara-based "spiritual adviser" that totaled close to $10,000.
The charitable exemption would then save the rabbi all future property taxes which last year totaled $63,393.60.
That evening, after a coffee-less supper—both the gas and the water had been turned off that afternoon—he totaled up his figures.The Servant Problem|Robert F. Young
Kirk, his search completed, sat down on the edge of the bed's footboard and totaled up what he had learned.Twelve Times Zero|Howard Carleton Browne
These are then converted into their numerical equivalents, and totaled.
A reasonable time for their journeys would have totaled 2550 days.Our Railroads To-Morrow|Edward Hungerford
But as the waiting grew longer, and the dragging minutes totaled the quarter-hour and then the half, he began to perspire again.The Grafters|Francis Lynde