skillion


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skillion

An enormous number. Used hyperbolically and facetiously. I love this ice cream shop. There are a skillion flavors to choose from! These old portable stereos used to gobble up skillions of batteries.

skillion

(ˈskɪljən)
n. an imaginary enormous number. I have a skillion reasons why I won’t marry you.
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But the two main characters who actually stole the limelight was Ida the maid played by Ms Lynch and, of course, Miss Skillion played by Ms Koheji.
(1.) The Editor gratefully acknowledges the help of Hallye Skillion and Celia A.
* timber surrounds on the columns supporting the skillion roof structure, incorporating poetry and phrases from writers that are relevant to the uses of the adjacent rooms
Lurking among a skillion other reality programs on my TV is a show called "1000 Ways to Die." I would guess there are more ways than that, but I can understand why such ways as heart attack, stroke and old age never make this show's final cut.
In the Spring Assizes at Beechworth in 1878, Ellen Kelly, the mother of Ned Kelly, and two men named Skillion and Williamson were tried before Barry and a jury for aiding and abetting the attempted murder of a police officer, Trooper Fitzpatrick.
MENTMORE, the personal storage group with an operation in the Skillion Centre near Liverpool's Kings Dock, said in a trading statement today that business is in line with expectations for the six months to October 31.
Each pavilion is simply made, with timber frames on a 3x5m grid filled with either glass or hardwood skins, and each has what Australians call a skillion roof (monopitch with corrugated cladding) rising to the north and the sun.
The company, which owns and operates Thames Europort at Dartford, the Sheertruck car distribution business and the Skillion portfolio of business centres, said it was determined to expand its core businesses "substantially".