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matter

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include

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  • include
  • number among
  • take into account or consideration

count on or upon something or someone

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to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

to be of significance or importance

to indicate (time or rhythm), as with repeated gestures or sounds

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count on: to place trust or confidence in

count on: to look forward to confidently

count out: to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

a noting of items one by one

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a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl

have weight

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show consideration for

name or recite the numbers in ascending order

put into a group

include as if by counting

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have a certain value or carry a certain weight

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have faith or confidence in

take account of

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July is the time to be counting blessings. There's magic flowing around you this summer and the likelihood of a new romance for solo Taureans is strong.
Most often, the teens deflected harmful thoughts with pleasant activities; after that came reflecting on reasons to live, relaxation techniques, talking with family members, and counting blessings. Engaging in pleasant activities also was rated the most useful strategy, followed by reflecting on reasons to live; talking with a doctor, therapist, or family member; and physical activity.
Reading books, shooting baskets, traveling, snoozing, learning something new, reconnecting with loved ones, counting fireflies or counting blessings - the charming choices line up lazily to September's hazy horizon.
Even as lawn signs continue to dot every landscape in the wake of Election Day 2007 (everyone will take down all those signs they put up, right?), it seems that political campaigns are as ubiquitous to this holiday as counting blessings, enjoying family, turkey, football and shopping.
I STARTED COUNTING BLESSINGS mid-afternoon on Election Day, sitting at a table in the Volunteer Firehouse in Stockport, New York, population 2,941, a town four counties due north of Manhattan where Republicans outnumber Democrats by 30 percent.