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Reckoning

1. See: Bill.

2. See: Account.

3. Informal; an estimation.
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I reckon that period was the key to us eventually winning the game.
Old Franco would probably reckon he could take him easy, but we'd far rather see him have a square go with the Minions.
Smart assists many companies in the Bay of Plenty with their accounts using Cloud accounting software company Reckon NZ's products Reckon One and Reckon Hosted.
We reckon there'll be another shopping frenzy over No7's new super-serum, Restore & Renew Face & Neck Multi Action.
Reckon is seeking to assist its SMEs access financing without having to go to the bank.
The side under-achieved terribly, fans voted with their feet by not going to games and 20 per cent of those taking part in our survey reckon the final whistle being blown was the biggest highlight
Obviously I prefer a licence to be a bit more forward, because I reckon that's where I am a bit more effective, but obviously if I have to fit in and get into a shape for the team that's what I am going to do because it's more important.
Theirs may be diamond but we reckon this silver, cubic zirconia Florence DiamonFlash accessory, slashed from PS99 to PS39, from jeweller Warren James is just as stylish.
And they reckon they can do it without jeopardising the support already available to low-income families.
I reckon the moistness in John's eyes was real as he said farewell.
If you have stamina, and I reckon Quwetwo has plenty, forcing tactics tend to work better over the longer trip and he will get picked up by specialist two milers in the Supreme Novices'.
1 : to believe that something is true or possible <I reckon we're lost.