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The total cost of the project came to about £700,000.
The total number of votes was over one million.
Recent immigrants make up less than 3% of the total population.
Why would you let a total stranger into the house?
They sat in almost total silence the whole evening.
The event was a total success.
The oil companies had shown a total disregard for public opinion.