reckoning

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a noting of items one by one

the act, process, or result of calculating

a precise list of fees or charges

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I wish, mine host," quoth he gravely to Robin, who had soberly drunk but one cup of ale, "that you would now call a reckoning.
They don't even take it into their reckoning in the form in which it should be taken, and the whole reckoning depends upon that.
As I was saying," he went on, as though nothing unwonted had happened, "the shark was not in the reckoning.
Nevertheless," pursued Darnay, rising to ring the bell, "there is nothing in that, I hope, to prevent my calling the reckoning, and our parting without ill-blood on either side.
In the present state of her mind, I doubt if she will be much longer capable of realizing her wild idea of you as the avenging angel who is to bring her to a reckoning for her evil deeds.