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BILL

Abbreviation for bass increase at low levels , under level.

Bill

(bil),
Arthur H., U.S. obstetrician, 1877-1961. See: Bill maneuver.

bill

(bĭl)
n.
1. A structure projecting from the head of a bird, consisting of the jaws and their horny covering and including the upper and lower mandibles; a beak.
2. A similar horny mouth part, such as that of a turtle.

bill

A proposal for new legislation in Parliament. Most important bills are introduced to Parliament by a government minister and relate to public policy. If the bill is approved by a majority of members of both the House of Commons and House of Lords, it will become an Act of Parliament and the law of the land.

bill

see BEAK.

bill

see beak.
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They apparently filled the bill - on Tuesday, one day after racing with her mother from the family's temporary Newhall home, Shivan was resting quietly, the heart of an 8-year-old car-crash victim beating in her chest.
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A Christmas Carol'' has filled the bill for a century and a half, but this year productions of Dickens' evergreen parable are as scarce as reindeer in Chatsworth.