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“She has designed some eye catching pillows that come with a storybook card called a "Billow" (yes, the term is trademarked - good thinking Carrie!)”
“Let's call out the tabloid journalist for who he is - shame on you Dan Billow of WESH Orlando channel-2 for letting us down.”
“At such times San Francisco, The Billow, and O'Hara seemed very far away, lost in a remote past, shadows of dreams that had never happened.”
“I have just seen a copy of the Billow," Gillet wrote from Paris.”
“And down to the office of the Billow went Kit Bellew faithfully to instruct.”
“And thereat had begun his servitude to O'Hara and the insatiable columns of the Billow.”
“He's the editor and proprietor and all-around big squeeze of the Billow.”
“Yet he was always broke, for the Billow, in perennial distress, absorbed his cash as well as his brains.”
“The Billow wasn't paying yet, O'Hara explained; and just as convincingly had he exposited that there was only one man in San Francisco capable of writing the serial, and that man Kit Bellew.”
“The result of this was that O'Hara sympathized and talked glowingly of the time when the Billow would be on its feet.”
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