- v. Simple past tense and past participle of count.
“She had supposed this girl some Friend of the Dark whom Moghedien had picked up to run errands, perhaps a noble who thought her title counted, but now that she was close ...”
“I would contend that Pig Bride is a brilliantly executed example of just a taste of what Korean manhwa has to offer, and that tradition — or any comics tradition — should be proud to have this title counted among its ranks.”
“For real, she actually went ahead in 'counted' popular vote as well.”
“Because he was a celebrity, and I wasn’t, and it was like his word counted more than mine.”
“I polished off another repeat of the Princess yesterday, and again counted ahead to the end, trying to count the links in the chained border edge in groups of ten, because each repeat eliminates ten of them.”
“There was always the sense that every coin counted -- and was being counted.”
“I think whoever said the first WTC attack should be counted is correct – that was an attack that actually occurred and could have been more successful than it was.”
“He says more important than the way the votes are counted is that everyone agrees on how they are counted and that all of the votes are counted the same way.”
“As Mr Khameinei stated, it would be impossible to have 11 million errors in counted voters.”
“Martin counted the result of his raid a second time to make sure.”
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