Till

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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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3], river terrace 6B Harpenden, England Loess over glacial till Sample no.
Plants were collected in 2005 from Beaver Dam State Park, Humphries Prairie, and Roderick Prairie Nature Preserve, all of which occur within 16 km of each other on glacial till prairies in Macoupin County Illinois (Figure 1).
Northern Sweden is Europe's most mineralized region yet remains highly under explored and offers excellent potential for new discoveries particularly under extensive but thin layer of glacial till that masks bedrock over large portions of Sweden.
If his data were linked with the ODNR Division of Geological Survey glacial till stack maps, it should be possible to incorporate his data into our understanding of matrix and combined matrix/fracture permeability for a number of sites across Ohio.
the receipt of permits, the removal of open pit glacial till, future ore delivery rates, throughput rates of the stock mill and treatment of ore are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties.
Kodiak Cobble Backreamer performs well in glacial till and soils containing chunk rock where other backreamers are not effective.
Geophysical techniques have been used to map the lateral extent of a groundwater contaminant plume in a region of thin glacial till overburden at a domestic waste disposal site in Newfoundland.
Further along strike, the contact is covered by a thick layer of glacial till.
Sweden offers great infrastructure for exploration and excellent potential for new discoveries particularly under the extensive but thin layer of glacial till that masks bedrock over large areas of Sweden.
In addition, a regional glacial till geochemistry and mineralogy program, along with geological mapping coordinated with the geophysics and geochemistry is underway to detect and delineate unexposed mineralization.
No statistical analysis of soil textural data (sand-silt-clay contents) in glacial till or unconsolidated soil having fractures has been attempted until now.
The pilot hole was drilled with a seven-inch Glacier Bit which is specially designed to operate in cobble and glacial till.