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- n. Abbreviation of billion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of bill.
- n. A local English name of the coal-fish, Pollachius virens.
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$775 bil is the target Obama was originally talking about.
Yes, and don’t look now [seriously, don't look], but a day after AIG splurged for the half mil spa trip and a week after getting $84 bil from the people of America, the corporate welfare cheque is coming in again.
There har nod one poss'bil'ty fo 'me to be dad guardian of you' daughteh! ''
Anyone who honestly believes that this "Health care reform" bil "will be better than what is currently available is delusional.
There har nod one poss'bil'ty fo 'me to be dad guardian of you' daughteh! "
Sen. Joe Lieberman is part of a bipartisan group of legislators that introduced a bil Thursday that would strip citizenship from any American found to be involved in terrorism.
No one reasonable seemed to be able to dispute the 500 bil in Medicare savings over time.
For those who say that the bill had no abortion funding or promotion to begin with: why, then, did dozens of pro-choice congressmembers revolt over the posssibility of Stupak language in the bil?
If they have $2 tril, a 10% US$ drop means they lose $200 bil in value.
Aboard the thrumming, too-cold airliner, as the blinding warmth of the sun broke before us, I dreamed of Al-Mashriq, the place of sunrise, where I would drink chai bil nana my family and friends, and be comforted by the music of adhan times daily.
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