billman

billman

(ˈbɪlmən)
n, pl -men
a person armed with a bill or billhook
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We appreciate the team's hard work in preparing for the tournament," noted coach Jenny Billman.
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This is empirically confirmed by Billman and Knutson's (1996) experiment, where they presented to the subjects a sequence of imaginary animals and asked them to predict a missing property.
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As editor of the 2013 anniversary issue of the journal she had established 20 years earlier, Nea invited Alison Billman and P.
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