A view of downtown Billings.
Billings definition by Webster's New World
Billings, Josh (pseud. of Henry Wheeler Shaw) 1818-85; U.S. humorist
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city in S Mont., on the Yellowstone River: pop. 90,000
Origin: after F. Billings (1823-90), present tense of Northern Pacific railroad, which founded the town
Billings definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of southern Montana on the Yellowstone River east-southeast of Helena. A trade and manufacturing center, it is the largest city in the state. Population: 100,000.
See Henry Wheeler Shaw.
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, William 1746-1800.
American composer whose hymns, including “Chester,” were among the most popular and influential musical works composed in early America.
billings - Business Definition
The gross amount of revenue generated by a business during a specified period. For example, an advertising agency had billings of $500,000 during the month.