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Synonyms for recount

to give a verbal account of

Synonyms for recount

an additional (usually a second) count

narrate or give a detailed account of

count again

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The recount featured a new wrinkle in Oregon politics: the post-election campaign.
She said there had been questions about why the recount was televised video-only, and explained, "The recount is considered an election, because ballots are being counted, and state law does not allow audio recording at an election.
The results of the recount are expected to be ready by Sunday, Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) spokeswoman Ana Fuentes told the (http://www.
15am after Mr Berman, pictured, and his agent Elgan Morgan requested a second recount.
more votes than Gore in a recount of the ballots mandated by Florida law
THE recount for the final seat in the Dail continued last night with Fine Gael's Sean Kyne saying he was confident of victory.
Monday's Scheduled Start of Iraq Vote Recount May Last for Three Weeks
BAGHDAD: The cross-sectarian coalition that took a narrow lead in Iraq s inconclusive March 7 election said on Tuesday it supported a recount of votes cast in Baghdad, but expressed concern over how it would be conducted.
Summary: Baghdad, April 21, 2010, SPA -- An Iraqi electoral official said Wednesday that a court-ordered recount of Baghdad votes from the inconclusive election could begin as early as next week.
The Iraqiya list demands supervision by international institutions and bodies over the process of manual recount of Baghdad votes," the spokesman continued.
recount of ballots in Baghdad, on condition it take place under international
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The manual vote recount in Baghdad requires seven days, an electoral commissioner said on Monday.
Maliki on Mar 27 called for a recount saying the country could return to violence if the demand were not met.
BAGHDAD, March 22, 2010 (TAP) - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's calls for a recount of votes from Iraqi polls two weeks ago were rebuffed on Sunday by the election commission amid a tight race to form the biggest bloc in parliament.