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1. The Democrats demanded a recount but still lost by a few votes.
2. The defeated candidate demanded a recount.
3. She was asked to recount the details of the conversation to the court.
4. She wanted a recount. She couldn't believe that I had got more votes than her.
5. Don't complain!Recount your blessings!
6. The stories themselves do not, however, recount an exceptional event, indeed they seldom focus on a single event at all.
7. It was a genuinely selfless act, which I recount only because at the time it seemed so incredible.
8. But what if the recount in Florida does go Gore's way?
9. I demand a recount.
10. Asking them to recount the last incidence of the problem behaviour often helps.
11. With great relish he would recount the story of how he had surprised Branson one morning outside his house in Denbigh Terrace.
12. Brenda goes on to recount what happened after she rebuffed the boy in question.
13. The Barthelmes recount in vivid detail and with good psychological insight the trauma of coping with that dual loss.
14. Opponents demanded a recount.
15. Prosecutor Greg Jacobs called on each woman to recount how she had suffered during and after an attack by Davis.
16. A hand recount across Florida, he said, might be acceptable.
17. Then get him to recount his experiences and suggestions to the church council.
18. Democrats say the errors suggest a manual recount would show that Gore won Florida.
19. Gore angered by decision to keep manual recount deadline.
20. Still had better be recount at the same time.
21. In the end, we recount events processiong model.
22. When the Labour party candidate didn't win the election, he cried foul and demanded a recount.
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23. The others, however, told their anecdotes with no moral comment whatsoever, even though they had to recount some hair-raising events.
24. So far he hasn't had too many problems but doubtless he could recount some interesting tales!
25. Mancham expressed surprise at the results and called for a recount.
26. They saw a sometimes remorseful, if inarticulate and profane, Davis recount his now-familiar tale of killing 12-year-old Polly.
27. Analysis Either as a class or in small groups, ask the students to recount what happened.
28. He came to see her every evening and asked her to recount the events of that day.
29. Wilder narrowly defeated his Republican opponent in November 1989, his 6,700-vote victory being confirmed only after a recount.
30. I am still trying to get them to do the recount.
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