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in this case the sum total of physical evidence that a crime has been committed wouldn't fill a thimble
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This is far from the sum total of alcohol’s negative effects—even just on sleep.
In addition to those restrictions, the plan would also spread funds to every state based on the sum total of existing Medicaid expansion allotments—meaning that states that haven’t expanded Medicaid would siphon off money from states that have.
Bean-counting the sum total of executive orders tells us nothing useful about the effects of those orders; one action could be more consequential than 15, or 50.
Despite their dominance in American public memory, marches were a component of an already-extant anti-war effort, not the sum total of it, a point that longtime anti-war activist Todd Gitlin recently made in the New York Times.
Without them, the pop star is only the sum total of what the public already knows about them.
Tax cuts seem to be the sum total of the Republican fiscal agenda, for now at least.
But his genuinely scary experience represents the sum total of his health-care education, as far as one can tell.
The sum total of the Americans' play was a dominant victory.
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