Once she and her husband were deposited in a small, bare room, everything grew suddenly still, as Lady Bird Johnson recounted.
He recently recounted how young and exotic he felt in such an environment.
As recounted by the complaint, Verhage initially admitted to stealing between $10,000 and $12,000.
"She says to her teenage kid, 'Here's a fetus,'" Bush recounted to Lauer.
Kaitlin Roig recounted how she shepherded her students into a bathroom, hiding and comforting them until police arrived.
One who suffered the private experiences which are recounted in chap.
As mentally she recounted her benefits, the strength there was in her arose, protesting.
After this conversation had taken place as recounted, the envoys took the captives and departed.
This cheered him up, and he recounted a mad freak off Cape Horn by night.
Brandishing his tomahawk, and stamping on the ground, he recounted his former exploits, and denounced vengeance on the English.
"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.