Reckoning


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Reckoning

1. See: Bill.

2. See: Account.

3. Informal; an estimation.
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At best, this new "PROJECT: Reckoning" could also have its own event.
Steel, spring belt clips embossed with the cross logo are standard with The Reckoning, each attached by screws and placed in the middle position.
Appalachian Reckoning "attempts to speak for no one and to give voice to many," even as it challenges the notion that any single book, including itself, could summarize Appalachia and what it means to be Appalachian.
That's why a substantial portion of 'The Reckoning' is set in the Philippines.
Alone, it's enough to elevate The Reckoning from the bulk of the field.
We also note your reference, in addition to an exhaustive discussion, finds, "In an FAA pamphlet titled 'Dead Reckoning Navigation,' aviation writer Barry J.
Having lost to Floral Trading on Friday, DDF are now out of the reckoning for the tournament.
I recently read the article "The Reckoning. While I consider myself a member of the hated "right wing," I also consider myself an environmentalist.
People and dogs can manage minor feats of dead reckoning, going in the right direction for at least a little ways in the dark, explains Tali Kimchi of Tel Aviv University in Israel.
CATHOLIC has made it a point to keep this issue on its pages, and we'll continue to do that in the hope of fostering real change in the church,-of reckoning, of reconciliation.
Altegoer, Reckoning Words: Baconian Science and the Construction of Truth in English Renaissance Culture
Reckoning is mostly acoustic with interesting dabbles of electric guitar, trumpet, bass, piano, and a smattering of drums.