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he cried in bitter tones, as he sat with his new friends in prison, and recounted to them his favourite stories of the siege of Kars, and the resuscitated soldier.
One was a dog;' and then I reminded her of Snap, whose history I had recounted before, and related the incident of his sudden appearance and remarkable recognition; 'and the other,' continued I, 'was Mr.
The "Epigoni" (ascribed to Antimachus of Teos) recounted the expedition of the `After-Born' against Thebes, and the sack of the city.
Seryozha recounted the events themselves well enough, but when he had to answer questions as to what certain events prefigured, he knew nothing, though he had already been punished over this lesson.
The deeds of former warriors were recounted by the aged men, and declared to be eclipsed by the glory of this victory.
His voice was hollow and tremulous as he took me aside, and in broken words recounted a long catalogue of sickness and privations, terminating as usual with an urgent request for the loan of a trifling sum of money.
The lady from the Minories recounted a successful course of treatment under which she had placed her own husband, who, from manifesting one month after marriage unequivocal symptoms of the tiger, had by this means become subdued into a perfect lamb.
Most votes will be recounted using optical scan machines.
Of 1,800 ballots polled for presidential candidates in Khawash area of Khost district, 1,600 were recounted as of Monday noon, he said.
Votes from about 78,000 of the 143,000 polling stations used in the election will be recounted.
Workers recounted the entire School Committee election, not just votes for Ms.