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Billings,

city (1990 pop. 81,151), seat of Yellowstone co., S Mont., on the Yellowstone River, in a valley surrounded by seven mountain ranges; inc. as a city 1885. Founded in 1882 by the Northern Pacific RR, Billings quickly became an important shipping point and fur-trading center. It is the largest city in Montana and a medical, manufacturing, and trade center for the S Montana–N Wyoming region. Manufactures include paper, wood, dairy, and petroleum products; processed foods; and computer equipment. Wheat, sugar beets, livestock, and wool are traded. Rocky Mountain College and Montana State Univ. at Billings are there. Billings is the center of a recreational area and tourism is important; Custer National Forest and Yellowstone National ParkYellowstone National Park,
2,219,791 acres (899,015 hectares), the world's first national park (est. 1872), NW Wyo., extending into Montana and Idaho. It lies mainly on a broad plateau in the Rocky Mts., on the Continental Divide, c.
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SunTrust Robinson Humphrey business services analyst, Mark Hughes stated, "These very solid billings are further confirmation that the construction market has retained momentum going into 2007 and that growth should be solid over the next several quarters.
Growing up, Billings said, her brother's disability was not something she talked about.
Entering the house through the kitchen door, Billings heard an alarm go off but proceeded to explore the home anyway.
Convergys said that BT Global Services will use its Infinys rating and billing software not only to consolidate its billing operations, but also build convergence and increase cost-effectiveness across its billing systems in 16 countries.
If the surgical practice had an accounts receivable balance of $5 million on its billings of $20 million, then its variable assets as a percent of billings are 25 percent ($5million/$20 million).
How very important it is today that whenever and wherever the truth of Humanae vitae is taught, the life-line of the Billings Ovulation Method be offered to couples.
Kathrine Foster, the company's vice president of accounting, says roughly 2.5 accounting people used to spend 700 working hours a month retyping billing information into Excel spreadsheets and consolidating it to send over to the development companies.
"I have long known the benefits of a hydrogen energy system, and at last I think I am going to live to see it come about," said Billings. "Of course, I aim to be right in the middle of it, making it happen."
It's also worth noting that institutional and noninstitutional providers can have different billing cycles, with the institutional providers restricted to once-a-month billing that could put them behind their noninstitutional collaborators in the cap fulfillment game.
"It seems to me, that on the balance, agencies seem to be doing very well," said Steve Holcomb, president of Mangan Holcomb Rainwater Culpepper of Little Rock, which doesn't release capitalized billings information.
David Zak, a longtime friend as well as artistic director of Chicago's Bailiwick Repertory Theatre, where she has often appeared, credits Billings with making her own success.

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