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beak

banknote

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act of parliament

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charge

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fit the bill

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foot the bill

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a precise list of fees or charges

a document, such as a list or an outline, that gives, for example, the order of events in a public performance or the chief features of a stock offering

a usually public posting that conveys a message

the formal product of a legislative or judicial body

to present a statement of fees or charges to

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the horny projection forming a bird's jaws

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the projecting rim on the front of a cap

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the entertainment offered at a public presentation

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an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement

a list of particulars (as a playbill or bill of fare)

a long-handled saw with a curved blade

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a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes

horny projecting mouth of a bird

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advertise especially by posters or placards

publicize or announce by placards

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References in classic literature ?
At 6 o'clock the waiter brought her dinner and carried away the typewritten bill of fare.
I ran my eye down that nice typewritten bill of fare looking for something in that line.
Now kick in, damn you, Bill Roberts, an' finish'm' the referee says to me, an' I tell'm to go to hell as Bill an' me flop into the next clinch, not hittin', an' Bill touches his thumb again, an' I see the pain shoot across his face.
You and me'll just go back into the parlour, sonny, and get behind the door, and we'll give Bill a little surprise--bless his 'art, I say again.
The poor little Lizard, Bill, was in the middle, being held up by two guinea-pigs, who were giving it something out of a bottle.
Even in the households of the Circles, the Women were all in favour of the Universal Colour Bill.
At nine, though his fingers would become cramped and his wrists would pain him, Bill had three cows to account for twice a day.
One day we ran into Tough Bill in the Place, and he asked Charlie for the papers he'd given him.
Swiftwater Bill stood up, clinging with one hand to the back of the front seat and waving the other to attract her attention.
He was not wicked, but as "Big" Bill Totts he did a myriad things that Freddie Drummond would never have been permitted to do.
Seems to me, Henry, they're stayin' remarkable close to camp," Bill commented.
Then he turned his gaze and slowly took in the circle of the world that remained to him now that Bill was gone.
My name is Bill," said the yellow hen, somewhat gruffly.
A further clue to his character is supplied by the fact that both these needy persons seemed to know him intimately, and that each called him Bill.
The dog jumped from right to left, and from left to right; snapping, growling, and barking; the man thrust and swore, and struck and blasphemed; and the struggle was reaching a most critical point for one or other; when, the door suddenly opening, the dog darted out: leaving Bill Sikes with the poker and the clasp-knife in his hands.