Definition of Totalizers

1. Noun. (plural of totalizer) ¹



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Definition of Totalizers

1. totalizer [n] - See also: totalizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Totalizers

totalistic
totalists
totalitarian
totalitarianism
totalitarianist
totalitarianists
totalitarianize
totalitarians
totalities
totality
totalizator
totalizators
totalize
totalized
totalizer
totalizers (current term)
totalizes
totalizing
totalled
totalling
totally
totally disconnected
totally intrathoracic stomach
totally ordered set
totally ordered sets
totalness
totals
totanus
totanuses
totaquine

Literary usage of Totalizers

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1. Specifications, Tolerances, and Other Technical Requirements for Weighing ...edited by Henry V. Opperman, Tina G. Butcher edited by Henry V. Opperman, Tina G. Butcher (1995)
"The minimum discharge rate shall not exceed 20 percent of the maximum discharge rate. [Nonretroactive as of January 1, 1985.] (Added 1984) S.5. totalizers. ..."

2. Annual Proceedings: Addresses, Reports, Bibliographies and Discussions (1916)
"Each machine equipped with two seven-wheel standard money totalizers. Old Method. Charge tickets were sent to the office the same day the sales were made. ..."

3. Electric Railway Transportation by Henry William Blake, Walter Jackson (1917)
"... as well as nickels, dimes and pennies on separate totalizers. The metal tickets, which are made in two sizes to serve for lines where two classes of ..."

4. Electric Railway Transportation by Henry William Blake, Walter Jackson (1917)
"... mechanism which automatically counts two different denominations of metal tickets, as well as nickels, dimes and pennies on separate totalizers. ..."

5. The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq.: In Nine Volumes Complete, with His Last by Alexander Pope, William Warburton (1760)
"The totalizers of Dul- nefs in the Great— 2. Ill Judges, — 3. Ill Writers, — 4.. Ill Patrons. But the la/land wcr/l, ..."

6. Business Arithmetic by Preston Edmond Curry, Victor M. Rubert (1922)
"As many totalizers may be used on the same machine as there are separate columns of figures to be written and added on the same sheet. ..."

7. Office Practice by Mary Florence Cahill, Agnes Clementine Ruggeri (1917)
"ly built typewriters s, or totalizers. dice that will multiply fcer work in which writ- cannot be surpassed, will do any kind of ..."

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