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tr.v. to·tal·ized, to·tal·iz·ing, to·tal·iz·es
To make or combine into a total.

to′tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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There are a few points at which Cardoza-Kon makes some astute observations important and relevant for thinking on the many issues under discussion in the book, such as when he notes, "[I]f anyone is to be 'saved' from the totalization of Gestell, then it is not going to be in terms of affecting spiritual change via ontic political action ...
Able to attain feed rates up to 2,660 cu ft per hr, the unit provides weight controlled feeding, weight indication and totalization for fragile materials, such as cereals, snack foods, kibble, fruits and pasta.
"If you worked in a country that has a Social Security Totalization Agreement with the U.S., credits you earned in that country can be combined with your US credits to meet the Social Security requirements - either in the U.S., in your resident country or both countries," says Zemelman.
It would seem that the artist seeks above all to preempt totalization of his practice by any interpretive system, going so far as to refuse to establish a system in the first place.
'The agreement guarantees the application of basic social security principles such as Equality of Treatment, which entitles a covered person in one State, his family members and survivors to social security benefits under the same conditions as national of the other State; Export of Benefits, which allows a covered person to continue receiving his or her social security pension whether or she decides to reside in the Philippines or in Japan; and Totalization of Periods of Coverage, which allows the tacking of creditable periods of covered persons under the social security schemes of the Philippines and Japan to determine eligibility to benefits,' the resolution said.
To these transversal concatenations among parts that escape totalization and closure, Raunig has dedicated, after Felix Guattari, much of his philosophical project.
And my humble recommendation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be to continue his dialogues with the American government on other issues such as the totalization treaties and the 50 / 50 rule which raises the fees for those companies who have more than 50 Employees as that is where they could strike a deal.
We have a pragmatic attitude, which consists in performing a thyroid totalization in case of a recurrence.
Jaitley expressed India's keenness in early conclusion of a Totalization Agreement with the United States, a finance ministry statement quoting him said.
and Uruguay completed a second round of discussions toward concluding a bilateral Social Security Totalization Agreement.