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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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At my eclipse perch near Jackson Hole, today's totality is expected to last a little more than two minutes - about 30 seconds shy of Draper's tally.
To celebrate this historic American event, Olympia Beer has organized a VIP Eclipse Viewing Campout at the remote Imperial Stock Ranch, located within the path of totality near Shaniko, Oregon.
Observers along the east coast of Queensland, Australia, can enjoy the totality for about two minutes as the Sun rises 14 degrees above the horizon.
In our eclipse video taken at a location some 200 metres away we do see flickering in the 'rays' preceding totality. However what is interesting is that by great coincidence just a minute before totality an aircraft flew between us and the eclipsed Sun.
Given that the homeopath depends on the totality of an individual's symptoms as guideposts, this suppression makes finding the correct homeopathic remedy more difficult.
..." Whether this statement is autobiographically accurate or not, these poems reflect the complex totality of that observation.
Rather, the Court stated that the test for probable cause under the Fourth Amendment should be a totality of the circumstances test.
This dramatic view of totality shows delicate streamers in the corona--the Sun's million-degree outer atmosphere--and several red jets of hydrogen gas peeking out from behind the silhouetted Moon.
Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, we need to preserve in our minds each dialectical step (Sense-Certainty, Perception, Force and Understanding) that has preceded it; and not only that, but even more impossibly, we need to have before us the totality of that which follows--the ladder of the Phenomenology itself, and, indeed, of Hegel's entire massive intellectual system.
Although totality will only occur over certain areas in the world, people from different parts of the globe can still witness the eclipse through various live streaming platforms.
It will be late in the day, however, and anyone lucky enough to be in the "path of totality" will be looking at the event close to the horizon.
"Only at totality can prominences be seen leaping like geysers of pink nuclear flame from the solar limb with naked eyes," said robotic telescope service Slooh.
During the eclipse, 10 sites launched radiosondes in a very rapid, serial weather balloon deployment along the totality path, and high-resolution mesoscale meteorological network (mesonet) data were collected in three states.
While millions of Americans took a break from their daily routines on August 21, 2017, to witness a total solar eclipse, they might not have noticed a similar phenomenon happening nearby: In the path of totality, bees took a break from their daily routines, too.