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Our day of reckoning will ultimately follow, however.
Thus tuition discounting is, at best, a holding strategy that temporarily defers the day of reckoning.
In the short run these groups may simply delay the day of reckoning.
These moves will delay the day of reckoning, but they have the feel of burning the furniture to heat the building.
Aside from the damage it does to the living standards of the affected workers, lower pay only postpones the day of reckoning.
We can only delay the day of reckoning by a few years.
But finally comes social stability and a day of reckoning.
Surely there will be a day of reckoning for those who defraud the laborer of his hire.
Well that day of reckoning has arrived, and the time to take charge of our future is here.
There will be no day of reckoning, nothing to stop their clean getaway.
There are a few encouraging signs that a day of reckoning is drawing near.
But it will only postpone the day of reckoning and make the crash more painful.
One, borrowing pushes off the day of reckoning, which should be sooner than later.
To borrow a feature from a popular sports magazine, that's a sure sign the day of reckoning is nearing.
Now that others have noticed as well, the day of reckoning is closer at hand.
This, say some, is simply postponing the day of reckoning.
Falling interest rates and tax cuts will put off the day of reckoning, but not for ever.
Adding to those liabilities now only drags the day of reckoning with the bond markets closer.
It could not run deficits for ever but the day of reckoning might be years away.
The day of reckoning is approaching, as we've known it would for many years now.
She has merely delayed the day of reckoning and in doing so, made it more painful.
The day of reckoning is getting closer and they know it.
If it attracts enough money before the true day of reckoning, it will work.
Loans and transfer payments only put off the day of reckoning.
One prays to be protected, for safety and health, and waits for the final day of reckoning helplessly.
We don't have the luxury of a far-off day of reckoning.
My gut feeling is that the day of reckoning is in the not-so-distant future.
Of course, doing this would only postpone the day of reckoning.
The critical day of reckoning hasn't been moved back at all.
Hold harmless provisions may only forestall the day of reckoning.
All he is doing through his policies is making the day of reckoning come faster, but it was coming nonetheless.
All the bank has on its balance sheet is the equity portion, so there is no earnings impact until the day of reckoning comes.
Nonetheless, history shows that targeted sanctions can push back the day of reckoning.
Cities put off tough challenges and failed to prepare for the day of reckoning.
My colleagues, my fellow citizens, our day of reckoning has arrived.
All of us have been warned that a day of reckoning was near with respect to our troubled state finances.
We generally remain fat and happy, with a system of money and borrowing that postpones the day of reckoning.
The people may not know it immediately, but the day of reckoning is only a few years removed.
Wherever this sort of thing happens the day of reckoning cannot be postponed.
And now the day of reckoning has come, and people who owe money are called upon to pay.
The drama culminates in a violent day of reckoning that raises as many questions as it answers.
When the day of reckoning finally arrived, it brought uncertainty.
With the day of reckoning unbearably deferred, the postmaster's relief is mixed, without elation.

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