Prepositions used with "sum"

In, of, to, about or with sum?

In 69% of cases "in sum" is used

So, in sum, I don't think this will fly.

in sum, terrorism is certainly not a Muslim monopoly.

in sum, winning the NBA lottery can really help a team.

A number of hackney-car owners were fined in sums from 1d.

in sum, there are 300 GK communities all over the islands, north to south.

Put in sum, a prize to the aggressors who violated the UN's own resolution.

in sum, Sergey Radchenko has delivered on much of what he promised in his introduction.

in sum, for the mid-term we see directionality clearly biased in favor of peso strength.

So in sum, I voted conservative in the primary and will be voting Republican in the general.

in sum, America's strategy against China consists of three interdependent components: to maintain and increase the U.

In 10% of cases "of sum" is used

We are talking of sums ranging from $250,000 to about $60 million.

In 8% of cases "to sum" is used

So to sum this up, many of the wanted features on your wish list are for speed purposes.

In 6% of cases "about sum" is used

I guess that about sums up our relationship.

That about sums it up: storytelling well above.

With Prometheus, yeah I'd say I'd give it 1 star, maybe 2 stars at a push, because in the context of sci fi horror and the Alien franchise in general I think that about sums it up.