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TOT.

On drawings, abbr. for “total.”
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Never mind This Morning - what about yesterday morning as tipsy Holly Willoughby totters home after a girls' night (and day) out with her best mates.
Program Coordinator Sandy Totter told the commissioners that the district may be able to hire a senior that she can teach before her retirement at the end of the year.
Speaking to the district's commissioners Thursday, Program Coordinator Sandy Totter said disposing the electronics box of each town will increase from $785 to $985 per box in July.
Victoria said: "She will put on my sunglasses and heels and totter around saying 'I'm going to work.'"
EastEnders fans will be willing Danniella to do well, as we all like to see the old faithfuls totter back into the Queen Vic.
"Think of the additional work it would make for the others." Even when he can barely totter from his motorized wheelchair, he still opens the seats in the choir for the monks marching in because he can do it and it needs doing.
But in an appeal to Cardiff Crown Court, he argued the papers showed that the city justices who heard his case last month had not treated him as a 'totter' and should not have put him off the road for that long.
Of course we all know that booze is the real reason we totter out of those lovely places a somewhat bloated is the booze.
The act of intentionally relinquishing or abandoning a known right, claim or privilege; also the legal instrument evidencing such an act." (And see verb waive -- Ed.) Waver can cross-dress -- "to vacillate irresolutely between choices: fluctuate in opinion, allegiance, or direction...reel, totter...." Here, the call is clearly for waver.
John, when he could do no more than totter down to the church and say: "Little children, love one another," to resign his apostolate, and make room for a younger and more active man!....
The case was adjourned so that Yorke, 44, can be dealt with as a 'totter' - a driver who accumulates 12 or more penalty points within three years and is liable for a ban.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS LISA SOP SPAM EDAM CUR MAX I DOMINATE ERIK DEN SPARSE ABASE HEIR SORT LONGSHIP TOT PANTS ADO INSPIRES TREK LEGS RAISE ABRADE BOB LOON STOWAWAY MITE SEW ROPE SLAT EEL DOTS WEE THINKER Across: 1 Twig, 4 Opera, 7 Tutor, 8 Manna, 9 Genie, 10 Restaurant, 14 Totter, 16 Scrubs, 17 Allegiance, 22 Tramp, 23 Cello, 25 South, 26 Grape, 27 Reed.