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Bill Key

A code assigned to each credit sale over a given period of time. The bill key helps the seller track its accounts receivable.
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They set up home in Westerhope where they brought up their daughters, Hazel, Maureen and Christine Bernardo, 65, who now lives in California, and step-children Bill Keys and Joan Keys.
For nearly 50 years in the early 1900s, Bill Keys worked his Desert Queen Ranch.
Bill Keys, a school board member in Madison, Wisconsin, shares that view.
Vietnam combat vet Bill Keys used the GI 1911 A1 pistol for its intended purpose in battle.
Bill Keys is a burly man who doesn't stand on ceremony.
Ayoob: What has Bill Keys been able to accomplish in the two years since?
The Teaching with Historic Places feature in this issue of Social Education focuses on Keys Ranch, established in the high desert of California by an early twentieth century homesteader, Bill Keys. Accompanied by vivid maps and photographs, the lesson plan evokes the rugged hardships of a bygone era in ways that will engage students of the settlement of the West or of desert environments.
In 1917 Bill Keys chose to establish a ranch and raise a family in the hostile high desert environment of California.
Yet it was here, in 1917, that Bill Keys chose to establish a ranch and raise a family.
* To consider Ralph Waldo Emerson's description of self-reliance and describe how it relates to the life of Bill Keys.
Locate Joshua Tree National Park, which includes the area where Bill Keys settled.
Born in Russia on September 27, 1879, Bill Keys and his family moved to Nebraska in the early 1890s.