billings billings  /ˈbɪ lɪŋz/


  • (n) the largest city in Montana; located in southern Montana on the Yellowstone river


  1. In all, the fast shuffle increased the agency's total annual billings to over $90 million.
  2. By 1960 Burnett's roster of clients had grown exponentially; at the time of his death the agency's billings exceeded $400 million annually.


  1. Billings airport will close for 6 weekends; summer travel will be affected

    BILLINGS - If your summer travel plans include flying in or out of Billings , you will want to take into consideration a few critical weekends.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: KTVQ Billings

  2. Billings man sentenced for prostitution-for-bond

    A Billings man who pleaded guilty to encouraging his girlfriend to prostitute herself in order to raise bail money has been sentenced to two years with the Department of Corrections.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Montana Kaimin

  3. Billings man sentenced for promoting prostitution from jail

    A Billings man who encouraged his girlfriend to prostitute herself in order to raise money to bail him out of jail was sentenced Tuesday in Yellowstone County District Court.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Ravalli Republic


  1. "Nothing has been sponsored by me or anyone else that these parcels go only to residents of Billings County," Dorgan said last week. "If that is what they are choosing to do, that is not the right choice in my judgment."
    on Jun 18, 2007 By: Byron Dorgan Source: Forbes

  2. "Rick Scott made millions in highly questionable billings under the Medicaid and Medicare program. His financial dealings have come under great scrutiny. But he is using his gains to fund a campaign of smear against McCollum," Morris said.
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Dick Morris Source: Sunshine State News

  3. "It is critical that every dollar meant for health care goes for health care," Hevesi said. "I am pleased that our auditors' findings helped to ensure that Signature will no longer be submitting fraudulent billings to the Medicaid program."
    on Nov 27, 2006 By: Alan Hevesi Source: Newsday

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profusion profusion
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