Till

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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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The interior of this pit had been intensively burned, the heat penetrating the boulder clay to a depth of 10 cm.
4: G5646 & G5746), where Burchell claimed to have found two 'artefacts' embedded near the base of the boulder clay where it covered the local limestone bedrock.
The site contained sand, gravel, rock and boulder clay, deposited by glaciers 15,000 years ago, and which could be used in the construction.
Almost alone amongst the more westerly areas of England, Cheshire and Merseyside yielded many crop marks in an area in which extensive pasture and the prevalence of boulder clay make aerial reconnaissance difficult.
Dr Martill was on the beach with his two sons when he spotted the stone block, with hints of bone patterns, poking from the boulder clay cliff.
The pit was back-filled carefully in three portions: in the outer fill, shale, with a limited amount of boulder clay but no artefacts, was packed firmly into the pit; for the post shaft area, packing stones, brown earth and, most significantly, artefacts were placed around the immediate area of the post.

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