recount to

recount (something) to (one)

To narrate or share the facts or details of some experience or story to one. I recounted my harrowing journey to my teacher, who didn't seem to believe me. He delighted in recounting the tale to a new audience of students every year.
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recount something to someone

to tell something to someone; to narrate a series of events, in order. Carl recounted the events of the day to his wife. The strange events were recounted by a number of people.
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References in classic literature ?
We have, without interrupting him, allowed Daddy Jacques to recount to us roughly all he knows about the crime of The Yellow Room.
We estimate the recount to start on the second week of February 2018,' Macalintal said.
Lawyers filing in relation to the case argued that Stein had no standing to bring a lawsuit for a recount to the courts.
County officials have tentatively scheduled the recount to begin Thursday, to comply with Secretary of State Kate Brown's Dec.
Michael Hughes got 373 votes in the recount to finish first in the race.
The opposition urged Chen to cooperate in a recount, citing his pledge over the weekend to agree to a recount to defuse the political crisis triggered by the presidential election.
Therefore, when the number of voters is odd, an individual vote matters only if it eliminates a recount to the benefit of the preferred candidate.
Burton became involved early on, offering both candidates funding for a recount to try to resolve the issue without any greater conflict.
Early Monday morning, Goldsmith ordered the recount to begin by noon that day, with the intention of enabling the state to complete the recount by Dec.
com/story/news/politics/2016/12/06/gop-recount-michigan/95031944/) ruled 3-0 the Board of Canvassers never should have allowed the recount to proceed because Stein did not qualify as an aggrieved candidate since she won only 1 percent of the vote.
In 2010, there was a recount to determine whether Ronald Motta had obtained enough write-in votes on the Republican primary ballot to qualify for the November ballot as a candidate for the 14th Worcester District state representative's race.
But in order for a recount to possibly put Clinton in the White House instead of Trump, she would need to win the electoral votes in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.
28 is the latest possible date for a recount to take place; it must occur within 10 days of the deadline (Nov.
Perhaps the recount shouldn't even be called a recount to begin with.
We are pursuing this recount to verify the integrity of the election result," Stein's campaign manager David Cobb said in a statement.