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It was my week's stocktaking that I told this particular lie about, and Kitty never knew when that temporary job came to an end.
As the new year approached Reynolds asked if there was to be any stocktaking, and, if so, on what lines it should be done?
THE LITTLE MISSISCHARLOTTE SKINNER
But indeed, if the loss of a single duster were the sole crime revealed on stocktaking day, you would be fortunate.
Preston and Paul had been going carefully through their books, and had been engaged in what might be termed a kind of stocktaking.
THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING
The stocktaking is nothing; but I was afraid I might get another that would stiffen me properly.
After a short stocktaking of the whole scene, I turned and wallowed my way back to the farm.
BULLETS & BILLETSBRUCE BAIRNSFATHER
How (you ask, unwillingly) can a man perform a mental stocktaking?
Now I think of it, fountain-pen shops always are stocktaking.
She had dropped unconsciously into her “stocktaking” attitude.
TOMMY AND CO.JEROME K. JEROME

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