jillion


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a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)

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I've produced a jillion TV shows - and never anything like this.
It was offered in a jillion different chamberings and was quite a popular sporting bolt-action.
Even as Dennis Rodman wears a feather boa and sells a jillion books, even as Charles Barkley winds down his time as a sporting lightning rod, the shoe companies in the last couple of years have begun, more and more, to embrace stable, youthful innocence.
While she was away on vacation, I came to realize that Gail does a jillion and one things,'' said Molnar, Toon's boss of almost six years at the Van Nuys medical facility.
She gives up a jillion dollars and a pretty boyfriend for the love of
Jillion Weisberg is an account executive with Hubbard One who works primarily with law firms in the Western region of the United States.
FitzGerald, "Divergent Trends in the World Council of Churches: Major Orthodox Concerns," Greek Orthodox Theological Review 49 (Spring-Summer, 2004): 105-134; and John Jillions, "Ecumenism and the Paris School of Orthodox Theology," Theoforum, vol.
Jillions said he plans to meet with local associations throughout Oregon to address members' concerns.
This standard promises to save jillions of watts of power when implemented.
As David frequently likes to point out between counting his cut of the jillions of $85 jerseys he has sold, it's all about football for him.
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.
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.