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In this sense, Day of Reckoning is the type of book that could serve as the platform for a candidate for president.
The interment of Marcos' remains in the Libingan ng mga Bayani is an undeserved reward, it is not a day of reckoning,' he added.
THERE comes a time in everyone's life when we have to face up to the truth and last Sunday was my day of reckoning.
He's been building up for his championship in charge of the Saffrons for months now and his day of reckoning has arrived.
There is no day of reckoning when Social Security will not have the money to pay current benefits because Social Security will simply draw more money from the general federal fund (i.
THE day of reckoning finally arrived for clubs seeking promotion to the UniBond Football League following the re-organisation of the non-Leaguefootball pyramid.
GEOFF HOON was facing his day of reckoning today, as an Iraq intelligence report expected to criticise the Defence Secretary was published.
But a day of reckoning came when the mainstream read the circulation and profit figures of the competition they so disdained.
In case the reader is still unconvinced, the authors' final argument is that even though the accident figures may still look good, the day of reckoning is not far off, since the "margin of safety" keeps being whittled away.
During a business forum here, Duterte warned the Abu Sayyaf there would be a day of reckoning.
And I believe there is a day of reckoning coming for Labour in Wales, too, because they have committed exactly the same sins as in Scotland: taking for granted their working classes: ignoring; patronising, not doing enough to tackle long-term unemployment; turning their back on welfare reform that actually helps the very people they purport to represent; allowing standards of public services to slide, showing complacency.
The day of reckoning came the day after the Donegal game - I was struggling to walk down the stairs and stuff like that.