Therefore, the odds of you getting the plague from a flea in your home is about one in a skillion jillion
2 Conversion Speed Strip Kit," and he sells a jillion
It is equal to JILLION
, which also means "an indeterminately large number.
She'd have to eat a jillion
cookies like this to even feel it.
Please don't sag joining clubs--I've heard that a jillion
Spend the morning in a meeting, the afternoon teambuilding in the wilderness, and the evening under a jillion
stars you can actually see.
He got me about a jillion
times and beat me with all his tricks.
Less than 20 years and about a jillion
technological advances later, office workers have gone way beyond the fax machine and are plunging headlong into what Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates calls "The Digital Decade.
I mean, that's just one example; there's a jillion
And it's 'leventy-'leven jillion
quid to the chances of Austin Healey being invited to Graham Henry's next birthday party that the sort of sort-of music which will be inflicted on Joe Televiewer will be exactly that which Spotty Herberts call forth from ghetto blasters: rotten rock or pesky pop or rancid rap.
21] "These songs are about my folks and my relatives--about a jillion
of them--that got hit by the drought, the dust and the wind, the banker and the landlord and the police all at the same time.
I've often wished I had kept much better records of deer sightings, rutting activities, movement patterns, and a jillion
other pertinent facts over the past 30 years.