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Synonyms for totality

Synonyms for totality

the state of being entirely whole

an amount or quantity from which nothing is left out or held back

a number or quantity obtained as a result of addition

an organized array of individual elements and parts forming and working as a unit

Synonyms for totality

the quality of being complete and indiscriminate

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the whole amount

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New Delhi [India] February 01 ( ANI ): NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Thursday hailed the Union Budget 2018, saying that 'it is forward-looking budget in totality.
Totality has always been hard to explain to those who've never experienced a total solar eclipse, so last summer I was excited by the prospect of so many friends and relatives, not to mention vast multitudes of deserving strangers right here in my home country, finally seeing what all the fuss was about.
The number of air travel tickets purchased to totality cities went up an average of 55 percent for Friday arrival, 136 percent for Saturday arrival and 52 percent for Sunday arrival compared to the same weekend last year.
By early afternoon, bumper-to-bumper traffic choked I-5 north from Salem to Portland and south from Salem to Eugene, as travelers left places like Salem, Corvallis and towns along the coast in the path of totality.
With 200 million people within a day's drive from the path of totality, towns and parks saw big crowds.
png) NASA's guide for exact times on the eclipse's length if you're within the path of the totality.
But this time they'll have to take evasive action to avoid the crowds of eclipse rookies - the improvisers who perhaps haven't quite grasped that totality is not when you put the eclipse glasseson, but when you take them off.
Heavy traffic is predicted near areas in the solar eclipse path of totality, starting Saturday, August 19, 2017.
Each unique stamper is inscribed with "Total Solar Eclipse" around the classic Passport ring and includes the park site name and the specific time of totality for the respective site to help visitors celebrate this cosmic occasion.
Large presents a guide to Totality and Infinity by Lithuanian-born French philosopher and Talmudic commentator Emmanuel Levinas (1906-95) with an overview of themes and the context, suggestions for reading the text, and a survey of the book's reception and influence.
Only during totality can you see the gossamer strands of the corona, the Sun's incandescent atmosphere, surrounding a small black circle where the brilliant solar disk should be.
The maximum duration of totality was at a point in the Atlantic, south of Liberia.
The only part of mainland Britain to witness totality - the full blacking out of the sun by the moon - was Cornwall in south-west England.
As Hallett (1986) has recently shown, Cantor's own thought about these questions is motivated, at least in part, by theological considerations, which led him to believe both that the well-defined infinite sets of the naturals, or of the reals, can exist as wholes in that God can indeed group them all together as unified sets (even if finite agents cannot) and that the whole infinite hierarchy of infinite sets forms an "unincreasable" totality that cannot be treated mathematically at all, what Cantor called the Absolute.
1 claims evaluations should not be finalized until a framework is in place to assess the totality of the evidence, European trade association EHPM has argued.