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jillion

(ˈdʒɪljən)
n. an enormous, indefinite number. I’ve got a jillion things to tell you.
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Jillions said he and others at the association were confident all along that the special assessment was being lawfully collected and spent.
Fr Jillions of the Sheptytsky Institute for Eastern Christian Studies, St Paul University, Ottawa, Canada, was principal of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge, UK, 1999-2002.
Newcastle took a real grip on the game early in the second half when full back Danny Jillions stepped outside a couple of tackles to score in the corner and when Neville kicked a 46th-minute penalty it was 20-8.
Once it's weather protected, you can again take your time, doing the millions of interior jobs to finish it out, saving jillions of dollars, sub-contracting serious tkings like electrical wiring or plumbing if you're unsure about those critical aspects or pressed for time.
For all the jillions of dollars spent every year on computer hardware and spreadsheets, it's still a labor-intensive business.
When rugby union's World Cup invaded Wales we were assured that with millions, billions, trillions, jillions and zillions pouring into the economy we'd all be happy ever after ever after.
Sure, there are jillions of terrabytes of Web pages, but the promised interactivity and ideals of service is sadly lacking.
What this 6-year-old remembers best is toasting sticky marshmallows under jillions of stars, wading up side streams at long lunch stops, watching ospreys and eagles diving for their dinner, and snuggling between her mom and dad in the double sleeping bag, watching the rising sun color the tent walls.
Jillions were built and huge numbers sold to the French and other nations during World War 1.
Newcastle were much better in the second half and Danny Jillions scored in the corner and Rupert Neville converted from the touchline to make it 12-7.