Netflix originals like "Project Power" were counted.
Before 1967, we weren’t counted in the census or anything as people.
If it has not been Counted, VOTE (which is a citizen’s right to do).”
Critics also question why recovered patients who retest as positive are not counted.
Here, the ONS counted deaths both "due to" and "involving" COVID-19.
It also marked a 12% increase over the 1,879 incidents it counted in 2018.
Biden has maintained a steady lead in Arizona with more mail-in ballots to be counted.
In addition, they counted my voting against George Bush's tax cut that we can't afford.
Ballots received on November 4 (the day after Election Day) without a postmark must also be counted.
And people with mild or no symptoms may not realize they have the virus and may not get counted, either.
The Census wrote that they should be counted based on where they sleep and live most of the time as of April 1.
While the cohort counted for 22% of the population ages 16 to 59 in 2020, it counted for about 43% of missing workers.
Managers have been counted in and managers have been counted out, almost all of them diminished and scarred by the experience.
The gap is particularly concerning because of the likelihood that the ballots counted early may tell a different story from those counted late.
Across the bay in Alameda county, home of Oakland, officials counted 2,817 individuals living out of vehicles – more than double the 1,259 they counted in 2017.
By late on Friday evening local fire services counted 14 fires in Victoria that were at emergency or evacuate warning levels, while the neighboring state of New South Wales counted 11, Reuters reported.
And what this means is that in real time this is updated — so if your vote is counted, they check the electronic poll book, and you will not be able to vote in person because your vote has been counted," Ms McEnany said.
“Every vote that is legally cast in the state of Mississippi will be counted in the November election and I’m confident that once all of those votes are counted that Donald J Trump is going to win Mississippi and many other states,” Reeves said.
When this was done, I counted: I counted the number of plexiglass panels around the rink, I counted the people on each team, I counted the ceiling tiles, the number of garbage cans, the number of people in the stands, the number of women, the number of men.
“My oath to support and defend the Constitution constrains me from claiming unilateral authority to determine which electoral votes should be counted,” Pence said in a statement, shortly before 1 P.M. on Wednesday, when he took the chair to preside over the special joint session at which the Electoral College’s votes would be received and counted by Congress.
- the total number counted
- determine the number or amount of
- the act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order
- have weight; have import, carry weight
- show consideration for; take into account
- a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl
- name or recite the numbers in ascending order
- put into a group
- include as if by counting
- have a certain value or carry a certain weight
- have faith or confidence in
- take account of
On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for counted. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.
Just use the " " button to fragment sentence examples and start your learning flow.
Example output from one of your searches:
My oath to support and defend the Constitution constrains me from claiming unilateral authority to determine which electoral votes should be counted Pence said in a statement shortly before 1 PM on Wednesday when he took the chair to preside over the special joint session at which the Electoral Colleges votes would be received and counted by Congress