I was paid out my winnings in bank-notes--amounting, of course, to a total
of four thousand florins, eight hundred gulden (I could still calculate the amounts).
Nevertheless, when one tries to collect in one's mind a comprehensive image of the total
products of printing down to our own days, does not that total
appear to us like an immense construction, resting upon the entire world, at which humanity toils without relaxation, and whose monstrous crest is lost in the profound mists of the future?
Rostov had just prepared a card, by bending the corner of which he meant to double the three thousand just put down to his score, when Dolokhov, slamming down the pack of cards, put it aside and began rapidly adding up the total
of Rostov's debt, breaking the chalk as he marked the figures in his clear, bold hand.
The one forgot even his greed in the panic of terror--the other was plunged into total
forgetfulness of the past by a jagged fragment of rock which gashed a deep cut upon his head.
By a miracle no member of the ship's company had been injured by the blast, the origin of which remained for ever a total
mystery to all but one--the sailor who knew that Paulvitch had been aboard the Kincaid and in his cabin the previous night.
Then it rushed in upon his consciousness that he really loved her for what she was, for all the boy in her and all the rest of her--for the total
of her that would have been a different total
in direct proportion to any differing of the parts of her.
400,000,000 souls--one quarter of the then total
population of the earth.
These being her Ladyship's personal merits, impartial history must acknowledge, on the list of her defects, a total
want of tact and taste in her attire.
Then there was Pat, the Queen's brother, making a total
of eight of us.
And now we shift from this particular process to the sum total
of all industrial processes in the United States, which includes the leather itself, raw material, transportation, selling, everything.
Being informed (with considerable asperity of tone and manner) that this answer failed to account for the interest which appeared to have been inspired in him by a total
No sooner, therefore, had this symptom appeared, than he had immediate recourse to the said remedy, which though, as it is usual in all very efficacious medicines, it at first seemed to heighten and inflame the disease, soon produced a total
calm, and restored the patient to perfect ease and tranquillity.
Even at the time he had thought it strange that, on the strength of a single evening spent together, Nutty should have invited a total
stranger to make an indefinite visit to his home.
Her light flow of talk, and her lively familiarity of manner with a total
stranger, were accompanied by an unaffected naturalness and an easy inborn confidence in herself and her position, which would have secured her the respect of the most audacious man breathing.
Six windows on this side of the door, six on that side; a total
of twelve in this wing, a total
of twelve in the other wing; four-and-twenty carried over to the back wings.