Reckoning

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Reckoning

1. See: Bill.

2. See: Account.

3. Informal; an estimation.
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If I got caught, I reckon I wouldn't get a mite less than ten years.
"I reckon I'd best warn you that that there trigger-pull is filed dreadful fine.
"The world's a pretty low down place to have a thing like you prowling around in it, but it ain't so plumb low down, I reckon, as to let you put a hole in me.
I reckoned I'd seen your kind before, and now I sure know I have.
He said: "We played them in the last game before the winter break but I reckon we'll have only three or four players who were involved that night in the team on Saturday.
There was a spell in the first half at John Smith's Stadium when I reckon we basically didn't see the ball for about 18 minutes.
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.
As for the other early round games, our experts each reckon hosts England will be pushed the whole way in the Twickenham tournament opener by Fiji.
"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.