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  • 1 Sum 41 — Sum 41 …

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  • 2 Sum 41 — Datos generales Origen Ajax, Ontario, Canadá …

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  • 3 Sum 41 — lors du West Palm Beach Warped Tour, en 2010 Pays d’origine …

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  • 4 Sum — Sum, n. [OE. summe, somme, OF. sume, some, F. somme, L. summa, fr. summus highest, a superlative from sub under. See {Sub }, and cf. {Supreme}.] 1. The aggregate of two or more numbers, magnitudes, quantities, or particulars; the amount or whole… …

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  • 5 sum — [sum; ] for n. 6 [ so͞om] n. [ME somme < MFr < L summa, fem. of summus, highest, superl. < base of super: see SUPER ] 1. an amount of money [a sum paid in reparation] 2. the whole amount; totality; aggregate [the sum of our experience] 3 …

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  • 6 SUM — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda SUM Información personal Origen Santiago,  Chile …

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  • 7 sum — I (tally) noun compendium, essence, figure, gist, idea conveyed, meaning, score, substance, summary II (total) noun aggregate amount, all, entirety, everything, gross amount, sum total, the whole, totality, wholeness associated concepts: sum paid …

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  • 8 Sum'ay — (auch Sama ay u.ä.; altsüdarabisch s1mʿy) war ein Königreich und späterer Stamm im Westen des altsüdarabischen Reiches Saba, im jemenitischen Hochland. Der Name rührt vom Stamm Sama bzw. dessen Stammesgott Sama, der etwa im 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr …

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  • 9 Šum — Шум Shumi …

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  • 10 šum — šȗm m <N mn šúmovi> DEFINICIJA neodređeni zvuk umjerene jačine koji nastaje nepravilnim titrajem, treperenjem zvučnih valova različite duljine i postojanosti [šum potoka; šum u glavi; šum u primanju emisije radija; šum srca, pat.]… …

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  • 11 Sum — steht für: eine Universität in Moskau, siehe Staatliche Universität für Management Eine Verwaltungseinheit in mongolischsprachigen Gebieten, siehe Sum (Verwaltungsgliederung) Für diese Verwaltungseinheit in der Mongolei siehe Sum (Mongolei) Für… …

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  • 12 sum — n Sum, amount, number, aggregate, total, whole, quantity denote a result obtained by putting or taking together all in a given group or mass. Sum denotes the result of simple addition, usually of figures, sometimes of particulars {four is the sum …

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  • 13 sum — ► NOUN 1) a particular amount of money. 2) the total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers or amounts. 3) an arithmetical problem, especially at an elementary level. ► VERB (summed, summing) (sum up) 1) conci …

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  • 14 Sum — Sum, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Summed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Summing}.] [Cf. F. sommer, LL. summare.] 1. To bring together into one whole; to collect into one amount; to cast up, as a column of figures; to ascertain the totality of; usually with up. [1913 …

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  • 15 Sum 41 — bei einem Auftritt …

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  • 16 sum up — Law (of a judge) review the evidence at the end of a case, and direct the jury regarding points of law. → sum sum up summarize briefly. → sum …

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  • 17 sum|ma — «SUM uh, SUHM », noun, plural mas, mae « mee». a summary treatise dealing with a particular field or subject, or with the whole of human knowledge: »Although they acknowledged that God was ultimately unknowable, the medieval scholastics devoted… …

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  • 18 sum — (n.) late 13c., quantity or amount of money, from Anglo Fr. and O.Fr. summe (13c.), from L. summa total number, whole, essence, gist, noun use of fem. of summus highest, from PIE *sup mos , from root *uper over (see SUPER (Cf. super )). The sense …

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  • 19 sum up — (something) to give a brief but complete statement. The last paragraph should sum up the main points of your argument. He s a small man with a big ego that about sums him up. To sum up, Eleanor has promised to revise the designs, and Bernard will …

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  • 20 sum|ma|ry — «SUHM uhr ee», noun, plural ries, adjective. –n. a brief statement giving the main points or substance of a matter; epitome; abstract; abridgment: »This history book has a summary at the end of each chapter. ╂[< Latin summārium < summa sum… …

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