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count from (something)
To start counting from a particular number. You start counting from zero while I hide, and then when you get to 100, you come find me—that's how the game works.
count from something (up)
to something to say or list the numbers from one number to some other number. Now, count from 100 up to 300 by threes. Timmy can count from 1 to 40.
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YouTube recently announced that it is hiding exact subscriber counts from
the public later this year.
This particular analysis considered all available viral loads and CD4 counts from
any person in those groups who was more than 16 years old and who had not begun antiretroviral therapy.
Analysis of NMR herds shows that it is not unusual to have a range in cell counts from
4,000 to four million within a herd.