Adults elsewhere in the world know that the day of reckoning
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The programme is called Rapists: The Day Of Reckoning
and was made over several months.
THE day of reckoning
finally arrived for clubs seeking promotion to the UniBond Football League following the re-organisation of the non-Leaguefootball pyramid.
Nonetheless, the day of reckoning
for our game looms ever closer.
One by one, however, these expedients have been exhausted, and the day of reckoning
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.
As the series draws to a close, it's the day of reckoning
at Kirke University, and the faculty members remain on tenterhooks as George delivers her verdict.
But now, for Rafa Benitez, Avram Grant, Gianfranco Zola and Martin O'Neill the day of reckoning
The day of reckoning
- the day when, finally, we believed we would see Michael officially pardoned - should have arrived last week, but Straw added insult to injury when he hid behind complex, technical legal jargon in refusing to grant Michael a pardon.
It's the day of reckoning
for Hopkins, who has been doing his best to rattle Team Calzaghe in the run-up to the bout, by trashing our undisputed World Champ's technique and training.
Now comes the day of reckoning
, when tricks and gimmicks will no longer suffice to make the books look balanced.
But Dick - now chief executive of Partick Thistle - believes the day of reckoning
is at hand for others less free of blame.
With the union's help, Big Steel got enough protection to delay the day of reckoning