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Billion

1. One thousand million in the short scale numbering system.

2. One million million in the long scale number system. This number is known, perhaps more commonly, as one trillion.
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The Gillion Crowet Collection is the cherry on the Musee Fin-de-Siecle Museum's upside-down cake.
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We're in the money: Chris Smith, with cheque, and, front from left, John Noakes, Charlie Gillion, Stephen Derrick, Derek Wilson, Dave Mead, Ally Spence and Neil Tayton.
There are gillions of plants out there doing kitting operations, and about 90 percent of them need error-proofing.
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Gillion (1964), 'Measuring national product', National Institute Economic Review, no.
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8220;Over the last few years we have listened to the market and responded with a product that resonates with Higher Ed institutions,” said Justin Gillion, Strategic Product Manager at Unimarket.
WHEN Mandy and Chris Gillion married, they received a wedding gift far more exciting than the usual toaster or towels.
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