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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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The model results (Appendix) show that sale price is positively and significantly associated with more improvements, smaller parcels, a higher tillable proportion, higher productivity, and full title as opposed to seller financing.
Most of the land on both farms is tillable, with the exception of a 40-acre wooded tract with a stream running through it on the Barry County property.
Also, most of the tillable land on the refuge is planted in food crops grown specifically to attract ducks and geese.
The Oneida farming operations cover 7,000 acres, 3,000 acres of which are tillable, with the rest enrolled in various conservation and wildlife programs.
The items included in this part of the document are a description of the topography, any significant waterways, amounts of tillable farmland or woodlands, any designated wetland areas, and other fragile land areas.
At stake in the county's unincorporated areas are 113,000 acres of tillable land and 220,000 acres of open space, according to the agricultural working group.
That is because they live less land - about 150 of their 550 acres are tillable - and they are no primarily dependent on the land to support them.
Except for 2,640 acres of tillable cropland and 940 acres of pasture and hay fields, it's virtually all high-quality timberland that has been held as a reserve for Kimball's furniture operations," he said.
The farm, located in New Paris, in Elkhart County, included 205 tillable acres and storage for 70,000 bushels.
Tenders are invited for Supply of extendable tower tillable & movable trolley under ETD-II, Allahabad.
The land had to be large enough to manage the deer herd, it had to contain a water source and it had to have tillable ground for food plots.
We rent out the tillable land, saving plenty of woods, pasture, and barnyard to give us six children enough room to roam.