reckoning


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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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That season could air in between "Vendettas" and "Final Reckoning.
One area in which The Reckoning strikes out alone is combat - and boy does it strike out
Having lost to Floral Trading on Friday, DDF are now out of the reckoning for the tournament.
That result indicates that the animals use compass navigation, in addition to dead reckoning, for their longer travels, the researchers conclude in the Jan.
bishops' National Review Board on sex abuse, a group that is at center stage in that process of reckoning and reconciliation in our church.
Diana Altegoer's Reckoning Words explores that question by considering how early-modern English culture experimented with the possibilities of reconstructing language in such a way so as to make it coincide with reality or, even more daringly, to discover within it the power to create a new reality.
Reckoning is mostly acoustic with interesting dabbles of electric guitar, trumpet, bass, piano, and a smattering of drums.
We need some reckoning with the racist past, but reparations encourage the wrong kind of reckoning.
It is massively profitable, with experts reckoning it will make pounds 1.
Given that Baby Boomers have eluded themselves with more fibs, stretchers, whoppers and virulent deceptions than any generation in history, it is not surprising that the reckoning should be so powerfully humbling.
Germany, who had backed Johansson, are almost certainly out of the reckoning.
Some of the different approaches to this problem that either have been or are currently being investigated include various forms of remotely readable signs or labels for the environment, dead reckoning systems, map reading technologies, and absolute positioning systems.