skillion


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skillion

(ˈskɪlɪən)
n
(Architecture)
a. a part of a building having a lower, esp sloping, roof; lean-to
b. (as modifier): a skillion roof.
[C19: from English dialect skilling outhouse]
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Skillion LLC, located in Ben Franklin's TechVentures in Bethlehem, received $40,000 to further develop a mobile app for remotely monitoring and controlling an electronic bike to prevent theft and manage e-bike rentals.View the full article from Lehigh Valley Business at http://www.lvb.com/article/20181220/LVB01/181229991/martin-guitar-wipe-manufacturer-among-recipients-of-ben-franklin-investments.
Therefore, the odds of you getting the plague from a flea in your home is about one in a skillion jillion.
His three sisters were there also, Mrs Skillion Kate Kelly and a younger one.
However, they were enlarged to two rooms and a skillion, possessed windows with moveable timber shutters and were roofed with shingles or galvanized-iron instead of bark.
Penelope is a former actress and the wife of Reverend Lionel Toop portrayed by Guy Parker, who makes a difficult walk to the stage as he encounters the "nosy" Miss Skillion, played by Anne Koheji.