Did you maybe mean bills?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bilk.
“Tenet filed a lawsuit last month claiming Community Health bilks Medicare by admitting patients to its hospitals when they should only be kept under observation, a practice that Tenet said leads to artificial inflation of Community Health's stock price.”
“Turns out he preys on suckers and bilks them out of millions.”
“But whenever I read the news of the day, I am grateful that my son will never be maimed in war, become a serial killer or turn out to be a stockbroker on Wall Street who bilks trusting clients out of millions of dollars.”
“Can you refer me to any online analysis of Socialist Insecurity, as it violates FICA payers ` 10th Amendment rights, & analysis of the FICA death tax, that bilks FICA payers out of their hard-earned contributions, if they don ` t live to collect any Socialist Insecurity benefits, or have no eligible survivors?”
“Group members say the church bilks its members out of cash, mistreats its staff and members, and has committed human rights violations.”
“By playing the oil game JPMorgan bilks taxpayers twice.”
“By and large, news focuses on the negative: a fire that kills a hundred elderly residents of a nursing home, a serial killer who murders co-eds on a college campus, a Wall Street schemer who bilks unsuspecting investors out of millions of dollar in life savings.”
“Senator Jader Barbalho bilks the residents of Amazonia out of billions of development dollars.”
“Did anyone think Merck and Schering-Plough would kiss Vytorin's $5.2 billion a year profits, combined with Zetia, goodbye just because it's overpriced, doesn't work and bilks tax payers through pharma-infiltrated Medicare drug programs?”
“One group A bilks and defrauds a whole bunch of others, group B, in the most egregious ways.”
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