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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Beyond the smog lies the four new "PROJECT: Reckoning" characters, namely Pyke, the Jinx, Irelia and Akali.
What's unique about The Reckoning is its adjustability.
Stunning in its intellectual and creative riches, Appalachian Reckoning excels in holding the personal in tension with the political, the past with the present.
The mystery behind the Bell killing is what drives 'The Reckoning,' and what leads the reader through the book.
Many Tier Ones are looking for more complete dead reckoning solutions to simplify the design process and accelerate time to market.
One area in which The Reckoning strikes out alone is combat - and boy does it strike out!
The term "ded reckoning" is a product of amateur etymologists in the last 50 years who basically made up a story to fit their conjecture.
Abu Dhabi: AaGeo Electricals of Sharjah knocked Dubai Duty Free out the reckoning for a volleyball tournament on Saturday night.
DEAD RECKONING is a terrific Thackeray-Ackroyd entry that plays stronger as a social commentary of the times than as a police procedural although Michael does his usual bang up investigation.
Congratulations on a job well done with your article "The Reckoning' (feature, November/December 2003).
The blind mole rat is the first animal found to navigate by combining dead reckoning with a sense of Earth's magnetic field, researchers say.
By their own admission, Slovakians are the least honest people in Europe, with only 51 per cent of people reckoning to be totally honest, while 70 per cent of Italians chose the honest option to all the dilemmas posed by the magazine.