The Days of Reckoning - Vercingetorix
Everything had been foreseen and studied out long ago with the most minute Germanic method. What had they to fear? The enemy most to be reckoned with was France,
Reckoning principal and interest, to a million pounds sterling.
"If Sparta is anywhere Virginia way, I reckon we have," remarks Mr. Harry.
"No, excuse me," the pock-marked man pulled out his purse, and reckoning out his share he paid separately.
"While we have the time, Father Christopher, let us reckon up," said Kuzmitchov.
"You reckon wrongly," interrupted Raskolnikov.
“I reckon the bastard ain’t been whelped yet that can beat you at anything,” the deputy said.
All the loafers looked glad; I reckoned they was used to having fun out of Boggs.
And what in human reckoning seems still afar off, may by the Divine ordinance be close at hand, on the eve of its appearance.
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a bill for an amount due: account, tally, bill, invoice