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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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79 per cent of instructors reckoned learners can pick up bad habits from parents.
The magical folk were reckoned to live inside the hill, and were also to be spotted at Long Low, behind Castern Hill.
4-litre GLS with an average of 26,000 miles covered, costing under pounds 16,000, is reckoned to be unbeatable.
Some twerp in The Observer reckoned Ian could be our "Bill Cosby or Eddie Murphy", failing to spot the world of difference between two immensely-talented comedians and a likeable footballer.
England reckoned they'd scored a victory last night after Sepp Blatter was voted FIFA president.
It looks as though someone, at least, reckoned Lyle and Erik Menendez had a good excuse.