reckoning
noun Date: 14th century 1. the act or an instance of reckoning: as a. account, bill b. computation c. calculation of a ship's position 2. a settling of accounts <
day of reckoning
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3. a summing up

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  • Reckoning — Livealbum von Grateful Dead Veröffentlichung April 1981 Label Arista Records …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • reckoning — n. navigation 1) dead reckoning calculations 2) by smb. s reckoning (by my reckoning) * * * [ rekənɪŋ] [ navigation ] dead reckoning [ calculations ] by smb. s reckoning (by my reckoning) …   Combinatory dictionary

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