Billings

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Scenella - Species
... Robinson 1988 Burgess Shale (Mid Cambrian, 505 million years ago) Scenella anomala (Billings, 1865) Wagner 2008 Scenella augusta (Billings, 1865) Wagner 2008 Scenella barrandei (Linnarsson, 1879) (Bergerg-Madsen and ...
Billings, Hesse - Sister Cities
... Billings, Montana United States Coordinates 49°45′25″N 8°47′39″E / 49.75694°N 8.79417°E / 49.75694 8.79417 (Billings, Hesse) ...
Sections Of Billings, Montana
... the main financial, business, cultural and medical area of Billings and the surrounding areas and is home to several high-rise buildings including Montana's tallest high-rise ... Park West Downtown China Alley Medical Corridor Cathedral District Civic District MSU-Billings Bottom Westend Historic District South Side Old Town South Park ...
A Place In The Land
... the history of conservation stewardship in America as reflected in the property of Billings Farm, an operating dairy farm first established in 1871, and the 555-acre (2.25 km2) Mount Tom, as well as through ... The documentary is shown daily at the visitor center for the Billings Farm Museum and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park ...
Camp Billings
... Camp Billings is a co-ed, non-denominational summer camp in Fairlee, Vermont, United States ... Camp Billings has many activities, called program areas, for all campers to enjoy some include sailing, backpacking, boating, canoeing, windsurfing, "funning" (sw ... There are four sessions every summer at Camp Billings, each consisting of two weeks ...

Famous quotes containing the word billings:

    We hate those who will not take our advice, and despise them who do.
    —Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (1818–1885)

    About the only difference between the poor and the ritch, is this, the poor suffer mizery, while the ritch hav tu enjoy it.
    —Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (1818–1885)

    It ain’t often that a man’s reputashun outlasts his munny.
    —Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (1818–1885)