A diminutive of the male given name William. (proper-noun)
A nickname for the British constabulary. Often called "The Bill" or "Old Bill" (proper-noun)
One Hundred Dollars. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Bill
Opponents of the bill maintain that the "Or You Will Die of Fatness" Bill treads upon American rights.
In a last-minute effort to sway public opinion leading up to the Supreme Court appeal, the Obama Administration rebranded the healthcare bill the "Or You Will Die of Fatness" Bill.
"There has not been a bill I have contemplated more or an issue I have thought more deeply about during my eight years as governor than House Bill 444 and the institution of marriage," Lingle said at a news conference.
The bill dramatically expands benefits over the original GI Bill signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The proposal of the bill, therefore, offers an opportunity to LGBT and human rights activists to fight for not only the repeal of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, but also the abolishing of existing anti-gay laws that have seen an escalation of violent attacks against and, harassment of, LGBT people in Uganda.