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1. He is a firm believer in total quality management.
2. This left the Liberal Party in total disarray .
3. There has been an increase in total government spending.
4. The poverty of her childhood stands in total contrast to her life in Hollywood.
5. The repairs came to over ￡400 in total .
6. The room was in total darkness.
7. There were probably about 40 people there in total.
8. She stared at him in total incomprehension.
9. My efforts ended in total failure.
10. They finished their meal in total silence.
11. The sisters lived in total ignorance of each other.
12. In total,(sentencedict.com/in total.html) they spent 420 hours on the project.
13. That will cost you 7.50 in total.
14. During the occupation, we had to live in total submission .
15. We may get something in total, but averaging it out, each of us will get only next to nothing.
16. Kathleen walked in, tall, slim, confident and in total command of herself.
17. The dark green spare bedroom is in total contrast to the lightness of the large main bedroom.
18. We are in total disagreement as to how to proceed.
19. I was with my husband for eight years in total.
20. We made £700 in total, over three days of trading.
21. They eat in total silence and shuffle out again.
22. At all times the guide was in total control.
23. None of us works in total isolation.
24. They were in total disarray from the start.
25. Soon the system was in total chaos.
26. The graveyard was in total darkness.
27. The company was in total chaos before Richards arrived.
28. He kept our family in total chaos.
29. In total, 85 genera with 860 species are known.
30. You think that muggers should be punished more severely?Just so,I'm in total agreement.
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