The amounts of “material unaccounted for” were classified by the AEC.
However, campaigns are legally required to disclose bundlers who are registered lobbyists, as well as the amounts they bundle.
Sometimes this amounts to nothing more than pressuring friends into listening to a song we desperately love.
Loaning people small amounts of money against their next paycheck?
The NCAA is in control and the athletes are told that when they sign what amounts to a contract with schools.
Her education is cared for after a fashion, but amounts to very little.
Only, just think what it amounts to—prying into the affairs of a stranger.
What it all amounts to is that the labor of the world is naturally divided between the two different beings that people the world.
Their "luck" with Chrysanthemums amounts almost to magic sometimes.
It amounts to just this: If God is what we think him to be, he must do what seems wise to us.
late 13c., "to go up, rise, mount (a horse)," from Old French amonter, from a mont "upward," literally "to the mountain," from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + montem (nominative mons) "mountain" (see mount (n.)). Meaning "to rise in number or quality (so as to reach)" is from c.1300. Related: Amounted; amounting.
1710, from amount (v.).