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reckoning

1. settlement of an account or bill
2. a bill or account
3. Navigation short for dead reckoning
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Many fans will reckon we should have put a third category in here saying 'None of them'.
I reckon we've not really been playing well, but we're quite high up the table, so there is a bit more gelling to do and I reckon we will be right up there.
They reckon they can do it while keeping all their green commitments.
I reckon we got on top in the physical stakes last time," Hanley explained.
The company is merging its products such as Quicken, QuickBooks and Reckon Online solutions under one single brand name, Reckon.
Byline: Matt Williams reckons Blazing Bailey is the each-way value against Punchestowns
judges reckon that it is not only one of the best small cars on the new car market, but is an utterly safe bet on the second-hand market too.
They reckon he's lookin' forra big 'owse in Owton Manor.
Yet nowhere does O'Connor reckon with her vote on grounds of federalism to strike down the Violence Against Women Act, which gave women assaulted because of their gender the right to sue in federal court.
In the wreckage of the Clinton presidency, then, may lie the opportunity to reckon with these and other mass hallucinations of the age.
1) Nor does Royster reckon with such putative cultural determinants as the Celtic factor, which some have claimed affected the battlefield behavior--and rates of carnage--among offensive-minded, hard-charging Southerners.
Getting rid of Malky Mackay was the worst moment, you reckon, closely followed by more rebranding controversy.