recounter

recounter

(rɪˈkaʊntə)
n
rare someone who recounts or narrates a story
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We had several chances I would say, where we didn't play as well as I wanted, and we had to recounter - and it's hard to defend Redmond in those circumstances.
"Mr Waugh cast doubt on what the defendant said, suggesting he was not an accurate recounter of the truth in relation to the incident.
In such cases, the newspaper functions essentially as a vehicle for linking readers to one another, not as an omniscient recounter of events.
When you pursue this sorry tale it inevitably turns out to have happened not to the myth recounter but to someone else.
(A crease may be created, of course, by the thumbnail of the recounter.) Scalia noted, moreover, that it was "generally agreed that each manual recount produces a degradation of the ballots, which renders a subsequent recount inaccurate."
It is as though the recounter were saying, `This is my story,' salvaged in memory for some particular reasons and later retold in order to make some particularly vital point.(47) On a most basic level, Holocaust testimony tells us a great deal about how we as humans build and rebuild the past amidst our own linguistic limitations.
And this is very serious and we can't have this happen again'," Lively recountered. Lively finally took her harassment complaints to a lawyer, who then conducted an investigation, leading to the make-up artist being removed from the project.
Produced by writers from diverse backgrounds, these accounts narrativize the concerns and anxieties of their recounters and audiences.
On the one hand Brecht sustains the tradition of the bankelsanger, 18th and 19th century street singers, whom he could still have heard in the Augsburg of his youth, recounters of Moritaten (from Mordtat--murderous deed), sensational stories of passion and violence.
The recounters and campaign representatives finished at around 3:45 p.m.
Seven Justices--all but Justices Stevens and Ginsburg--thought that the absence of any standard imparted by the majority of the Florida high court to the manual recounters more informative than that they should "strive to ascertain the intent of the voter" implicated the equal protection clause or otherwise raised questions of fundamental fairness.
For much of the year, especially the winter months, they do nothing but sit, drinking coffee and allowing their idleness to fester into feud and lawlessness justified by reference to fanciful stories of doubtful historical veracity, which the author relates and analyzes from the viewpoint of various recounters. Village society is highly structured.