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jil yuhn

  • n  a very large indefinite number (usually hyperbole)

  • You may not believe this, but I planned my latest print column, on the fecund families of cable's we-have-a-jillion-kids reality shows, well before the latest explosion over Jon .
  • I watched the whole thing, but I must say that I was really turned off by the "ask one and a half questions, then cut to a jillion commercials" format.
  • All of which has been noted, debated, reviewed and reviled on any of the world's jillion websites and blogs devoted to football.
News & Articles

  • Katy Perry Spills the Secrets Behind Her Beauty Routine [VIDEO]
    (Photo by Getty) Did you know Katy Perry isn't naturally raven-tressed? ( Fun fact: she's been dying it black since she was 15!) Or that the milky-complected singer struggles with skin issues? Or that she frenetically combs her eyelashes, like, a ba-jillion times to achieve that trademark fan-feathered look of hers? (Okay, so you probably could've guessed that...) In a new behind-the-scenes ...
    June 18, 2013 - StyleBistro

  • Jody Williams in Reuters South Africa
    In Darfur and in the case of Burma, China is the eight-jillion-ton elephant in the room and needs to use some of its weight in a positive way,Williams said by telephone from Virginia.
  • Courtney Love in guardian.co.uk
    Not in twenty JILLION years would I EVER have allowed this,wrote Love, who says she will sue Activision, the company behind it.
  • Lynda Carter in New York Times
    I hope it is made and I hope it makes a jillion dollars and that every little girl and boy sees it because I think she's great,Ms. Carter said of her character. "And I really do think that the baton needs to be passed."

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