Recount

  • (verb): Narrate or give a detailed account of.
    Synonyms: tell, narrate, recite
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on recount, recounts:

Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1972–1976 - Notes
... Ian Cole was elected as his replacement at a recount on 27 April 1974 ... Charles Batt was elected as his replacement at a recount on 29 July 1974 ... Harry Holgate was elected as his replacement at a recount on 29 July 1974 ...
Sadoon Al-Otaibi - Recount
... However, on September 22, 2008, following a vote recount, the constitutional court repealed Al-Ajmi's seat and gave it to Al-Otaibi ...
Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1959–1964 - Notes
... A recount on 4 December 1959 resulted in the election of former Liberal MHA Horace Strutt ... A recount on 10 November 1961 resulted in the election of Liberal candidate James McGowen ... A recount on 10 November 1961 resulted in the election of Labor candidate Wallace Fraser ...
Moldovan Parliamentary Election, April 2009 - Recount
... On 10 April 2009, Voronin called on the Constitutional Court to authorise a recount of the votes, as demanded by the protesters ... the court ruled in favor of conducting a recount, which was scheduled to take place on 15 April ... announced that the three main opposition parties would boycott the recount, citing fears that the government would use it to increase its majority to the 61 seats required to elect ...
Canadian Federal Election, 2011 - Post-election - Recounts
... Elections Canada ordered three judicial recounts, and an elector initiated a fourth ... The Canada Elections Act states that "a judicial recount is required when the difference in votes between the first- and second-place candidates is less than one one-thousandth of the total votes cast in a riding," and ... votes, a margin increased by one in the recount ...

More definitions of "recount":

  • (noun): An additional (usually a second) count; especially of the votes in a close election.
  • (verb): Count again.
    Example: "We had to recount all the votes after an accusation of fraud was made"