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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reckon.

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Examples

  • And this, Owen reckons, is creating opportunities for graduates.

    Graduate jobs storm back

  • Of course we don't know how to do this yet, but it's how Jesus accomplished his miracles, so Tipler suggests that we examine the Turing Shroud (which he reckons is real) for clues.

    December 24th, 2007

  • Of course we don't know how to do this yet, but it's how Jesus accomplished his miracles, so Tipler suggests that we examine the Turing Shroud (which he reckons is real) for clues.

    amuchmoreexotic: Merry Christmas everybody! I'm too depre

  • Snafu at Not Proud Of Britain reckons trashing education is called retaining the core vote.

    Social Mobility

  • Snafu at Not Proud Of Britain reckons trashing education is called retaining the core vote.

    Archive 2005-04-24

  • Since four generations cover more than four hundred years, we see that the word reckons a hundred years to a generation, according to the computation prevalent at the time of speaking.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • As the prophet, in describing the corruptions of degenerate Israel, reckons from the sole of the foot even unto the head (Isa.i. 6), so here the beauties of the church are reckoned from foot to head, that, as the apostle speaks, when he is comparing the church, as here, to the natural body

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • To the back-channelers … please, please share with us the full glory of your uninformed, ad-hoc 'reckons' - you non-contributing zeroes.

    apophenia

  • To the back-channelers … please, please share with us the full glory of your uninformed, ad-hoc 'reckons' - you non-contributing zeroes.

    apophenia

  • Iain reckons this won’t matter for as long as Mr Cameron is seen to be a winner.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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