a written receipt given by a carrier for goods accepted for transportation.
Abbreviation: b.l., B.L., b/l, B/L.
(in foreign trade) a document containing full particulars of goods shipped or for shipment Usual US and Canadian name waybill
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Charles (“Elia”) 1775–1834, English essayist and critic. Harold A. 1892–1962, U.S. novelist. Mary Ann, 1764–1847, English author who wrote in collaboration with her brother Charles Lamb. William, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, 1779–1848, English statesman: prime minister 1834, 1835–41. Willis E(ugene), Jr. 1913–2008, U.S. physicist: Nobel Prize 1955. Contemporary Examples Andrew O’Hagan’s Six Favorite Essay Collections Andrew […]
William, born 1927, U.S. linguist.
William S (Signius Wilhelm Paul Knudsen) 1879–1948, U.S. industrialist, born in Denmark. Contemporary Examples Bill Knudsen’s Business Skills Saved the U.S. at the Dawn of World War II Arthur Herman June 15, 2012 Bill Knudsen’s Business Skills Saved the U.S. at the Dawn of World War II Arthur Herman June 15, 2012 Bill Knudsen’s Business […]
Shirley (Shirley Temple Black) 1928–2014, U.S. film actress, famous for child roles during the 1930s, and diplomat. Sir William, 1628–99, English essayist and diplomat. a city in central Texas. noun a building or place dedicated to the worship of a deity or deities a Mormon church (US) another name for a synagogue any Christian church, […]