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BILL, TRUE. A true bill is an indictment approved of by a grand jury. Vide Billa Vera; True Bill.

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Now at last his childhood dream comes true in the new BMW 8 Series Coupe and driving on pontoons that pave the way to a unique automobile trip through the canal network of his home city.
' we want the dream of national development comes true. In this regard both government and opposition will have to play their respective role together', he said this during his meeting with chief of Pakhtunkhwa MillI Awami Party (PMAP) Mehmood Khan Achakzai who called on him here in Prime Minister House Thursday.
He said: "I hope it's a dream that comes true, to be honest with you."
Ralf Teichelmann (pictured), who sells octopus dishes in the delicatessen market, already has an idea what to do with the tentacled mystic if his latest world cup prediction comes true.
READING about Boro born Kelly-Louise Rowden (pictured with Cheryl Cole), the dancer in Talk Up Middlesbrough (Dancing Dream Comes True, News, 02.03.11), reminds me about my mother Elizabeth Farrow (nee Lister) and her sister Ethel Forest (nee Lister).
If he wins, it's just two more victories and his Grand Slam dream comes true.
And that dream also comes true as he becomes young Mike O'Donnell, played by Zac.
Just because you say it often enough doesn't mean it comes true.
It is well known that whatever he forecasts, the exact opposite comes true."
Adam's dream of meeting the players of Liverpool comes true after he entered a nationwide competition through the club and was delighted when they chose him.
MY CUP FINAL: Jennifer Ellison's singing dream comes true at the Power In The Park mini-festival
6 (6) Like Mike (PG) Hoop dreams comes true for orphan kid.