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  • n. Plural form of time-bill.


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  • Well, perhaps some quick and cheap way will be found of righting it all when the Aerial Navigation Company issues its time-bills, and news come of battles "from the nation's airy navies grappling in the central blue."

    The Book-Hunter A New Edition, with a Memoir of the Author

  • Last year the amount required for each watch-room was in round figures 6,000£; and as, for example, the time-bills of the 720 families of our radius amounted to not quite two-thirds of that sum, the remaining

    Freeland A Social Anticipation

  • Official time-bills of the month marked a train for Metaponto at

    By the Ionian Sea

  • Do I not remember the time when I myself haunted the station, to watch train after train carry its complement of freemen into the night, and read the names of distant places on the time-bills with indescribable longings?

    An Inland Voyage


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