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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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The analysis of variance showed significant responses of plant hight, Number of tillers [hill.
Tiller prayed with them about their decision and told them how they could memorialize their child.
Days after the shooting, Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry gave a speech calling Tiller a mass murderer who "reaped what he sowed.
Tiller was a "mass murderer [who] reaped what he sowed.
From there, he continued to press his cases against Tiller and Planned Parenthood.
And the audiences loved the Tiller Girls, because it was such a glamorous, visual spectacle.
Potential licensees in the lawn and garden accessories industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Small Tiller on a worldwide basis.
Born in 1941, George Richard Tiller became nationally known in his thirties as medical director of Women's Health Care Services in Kansas, one of very few nationwide to provide legal later abortions during his tenure there (1975-2009).
Tiller said he's looking forward to hearing the bell ring as the Colts football team rushes onto the field for tonight's homecoming game against North Medford.
It has been highlighted that tiller buds are normally formed at each node of rice stems irrespective of the variety and environmental conditions, but that the growth of tiller buds was determined by genetic factors and the growing conditions [9].
were given the opportunity to pose with props in their senior photos this year, everything from baseball bats to beloved family pets were permitted, but when 17-year-old teen mom, Caitlin Tiller, posed with her baby, her photo was denied.
Tiller emergence, development and survival are extremely important in wheat, since tillers represent the main quantitative components in grain yield (ALVES et al.