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tally

[′tal·ē]
(mining engineering)
A mark, number, or tin ticket placed by the miner on each car of coal or ore that is sent from the work place, thus facilitating a count or tally of all the filled cars.
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Mr Shaw, who lives near Croxteth Hall, said: "Tally is a lovely natured horse but has grown so large that we haven't got the room for him anymore.
Tally was brought in as trainer to the Down senior team last season.
For a nation which has spent close to ` 70,000 crore on these Games, predictions were we could end up with a tally of 50 gold medals!
What does it mean for Tally to "be herself" when she's constantly being manipulated by those around her?
However, Tally notes that researchers have generally taken advantage of bacteria that are abundant and widespread.
Tally Trading Co Ltd and its affiliate Shanghai FR International Trading, an interconnect, passive and electromechanical components (IP&E) distributor with operations in Taiwan and China.
A month has gone by now, and I still haven't asked Tally for permission to hunt his property.
Summary: MANILA, Jun 03, SPA -- Senator Benigno Aquino III&'s victory in the Philippine election was all but confirmed by the Congress&'s official tally on Thursday, with the count near an end and his official declaration as President due early next week, according to Reuters.
Obviously the labor of a seasoned scholar who has read widely and taken her time, Tally's critical adventure explores the contents and continents required to accumulate the richly interpretative hermeneutics demanded by her writer.
From the May 2006 KLIATT starred review of the book: "This final volume opens with Tally, Shay and their friends, who have been transformed again from frivolous pretties into Specials: their senses honed, their bodes almost indestructible, their nails and teeth filed weapon-sharp.
In one of the most recent studies of Diebold machines, a team of Princeton University computer security experts installed a computer program that boosts the tally of one candidate at the expense of his or her opponents.
However, at three o'clock on the morning of July 3, the day after the election, the trend suddenly halted and the tally maintained a constant and unwavering margin of 1.1 percent for Calderon over Lopez Obrador.