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"A Billion" a.k.a. "A Million" is 2009 South Korean thriller film.
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Time in Powers of Ten (2014)
Natural Phenomena and Their Timescales by Gerard 't Hooft, Stefan Vandoren
The number 109 is called a billion (thousand million) in the short scale, whereas in the long scale it is called a milliard.
The Gentleman's Magazine (1878)
A thousand is made the multiplier, but a billion is a thousand cubed or raised to the third power, according to the Continental practice, a trillion a thousand raised to the fourth power, and so on. Our English usage is the correct one. According to ...
The Art of Immersion: How the Digital Generation Is Remaking Hollywood, Madison Avenue, and the Way We Tell Stories (2012)
by Frank Rose
“Half a billion is a Twitter and Nothingness.
Including dimensionless numbers and scales by H. G. Jerrard
is stilla million, but 10° is called a billion, 10** a trillion and 10** a quadrillion.
Railroad Worker (1917)
We understand readily that a billion is a thousand millions, and that a million is in turn a thousand thousands.
by Thomas Cleary
A billion is a thousand to the third power: speaking in terms of the inner pattern, this means that greed, anger, and folly each contain a thousand false thoughts. The mind is the root of good and evil; it can be vulgar and it can be sagacious.
by Philip Wood
A billion is that piece of paper a kilometre to the side—just over half a mile. — A trillion is that piece of graph paper a kilometre to the side and a kilometre up. So a billion is much bigger than a million. A trillion is much, much bigger than a ...
A Dictionary of Economics (2016)
by Nigar Hashimzade, Gareth Myles, John Black
A billion was a million million (= 1012) in the traditional British system but this is no ...
by Peter Coles
baryon number conservation and created what seems a tiny imbalance: for every billion antiprotons, there were a billion and one protons. The Universe cooled further, and grand unified interactions ceased to become important. The standard ...
The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler
a billion is a million millions, a trillion a ...
The Forest Charmer and Elongated Swirling a Dictionary of Verse by Harvey Rothenstein
Roughly a billion Galaxy's are within sight of our large telescopes. Many of the stars in these galaxies may have life — supporting planets circling them. And some of these planets maybe bear intelligent civilizations. Interstellar travel, trips to ...
by Martin Weik
a billion billion ( U.S.) or (b) million trillion (U.S.). Common abbreviation: E. Note 1: An example of the use of “exa” is in 10 EHz (exahertz), equivalent to 10” Hz (hertz). Note 2: Care ...
The MMA Encyclopedia (2010)
by Jonathan Snowden, Kendall Shields
over a billion dollars. The Fertittas have steadfastly avoided taking Zuffa public and have turned down numerous offers to buy the company, including one reportedly of $1.2 billion. In 2010 they sold a 10 Zuffa.
by Robert Cæsar Childers
A thousand cakkavalas are called sahassi- lokadhdtu, a million are dvisahassil-, a billion are tisahassil-, or mahdsahassil-. These must be compound words, for at Dh. 94 we have dasasaha- ssacakkavdle (loc), "in ten thousand worlds.
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- Thanks a Billion Chocolate Bar
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- One to a billion in 30 Seconds
Little Outhouse in what once was Leenan Fort, Urris, Co. Donegal
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- VST Snaps Gaia en Route to a Billion Stars
These new images from ESO's Very Large Telescope Survey Telescope (VST) show ESA's Gaia spacecraft in its position some 1.5 million kilometres beyond Earth's orbit.
Photo credit: European Southern Observatory
Quotes about A Billion
We have begun to contemplate our origins: starstuff pondering the stars; organized assemblages of ten billion billion billion atoms considering the evolution of atoms; tracing the long journey by which, here at least, consciousness arose.
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