As I recount in my recent book, Kill or Capture, Emanuel exploded.
If the recount would have continued on Dec. 9, Gore would not have picked up enough overvotes to overtake Bush.
Capriles demanded a recount, refusing to acknowledge the official result until “every vote” could be verified.
Any doctor can recount the horrible story of someone with early-stage disease who was swept away unexpectedly within a few months.
There will undoubtedly be a recount and the race for attorney general may not be called for weeks.
It is no pleasure for me to recount these passages in my life, in which I have had to hear the "proud man's contumely."
He then went on to recount her labors and sacrifices in behalf of her race.
So passed the days with varying incident, which it boots not to recount in detail; sometimes we saw game, more often the reverse.
Pierre, however, at once proceeded to recount the other apparitions.
To recount them at length would be here a needless repetition.
"to tell," mid-15c., also recompt, from Old North French and Anglo-French reconter (12c., Modern French raconter), from Old French re- (see re-) + conter "to relate, reckon" (see count (v)). Related: Recounted; recounting.