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recounting

ri kown ting

  • n  an act of narration
    his endless recounting of the incident eventually became unbearable
  • v  narrate or give a detailed account of
  • v  count again

  • Published reports, including The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics, by David Wallechinsky and Jamie Loucky, were used in recounting these events.
  • The Communist press of late has been proudly recounting the life story of 45-year-old Nguyen Thi Dinh, who has been a guerrilla since 1940, now has risen to the rank of deputy .
  • At this point any recounting of his accomplishments his unassailable greatness as a singer, his somewhat more assailable greatness as an actor, his impeccable taste as a .
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  • Brad Childress in SI.com
    I was considering having Bobby read it to me, because we were talking about it and he was kind of recounting it for me, chapter and verse,Childress said. "I'll let Bobby kind of speak to that. I think he'd probably say he wished he hadn't...
  • Dana Perino in The Hill
    Most people can accept that a news story recounting recent events will be reliant on '20-20 hindsight',White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said in a lengthy statement. "Today's front-page New York Times story relies on hindsight with...
  • Glenn Stevens in NEWS.com.au
    I have no specific policy prescriptions here - only general ones - trying to sustain competition, to keep markets open, to maintain flexibility and so on,Mr Stevens said. "But those general values are worth recounting from time to time."

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