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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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The dataset includes information on the types of glacial geology in Ohio, such as outwash plains, glacial tills, and geologic ages of surficial glacial materials.
Screened intervals of the five wells at each nest ranged from 1.2 m (4 ft) (top of the glacial till) to 15.7 m (51.6 ft) (bottom of the glacial till).
The surface soil there contains appreciable loess, but by ~0.7 m the soil is wholly glacial till. Avery et al.
The mouth of the canyon, created by a 22-foot-waterfall, was lined with a foot-thick layer of reinforced concrete, plus a cosmetic layer embedded with stream debris and blended to match the striated glacial till.
The ground here is called "cemented glacial till." In some places there is as little as three inches of soil on top of this natural concrete.
We enjoy a rich mix of 60 types of soils, mostly glacial till. What do we raise on all this fertile land?
At the Greenhills site, part of each slope steepness treatment was covered with 30 cm of glacial till. During this period studies were initiated on low (1,700) and high (2,100 m) elevation spoils.
Part of the evidence comes in the form of glacial till, or sand and pebbles ground up by the action of glaciers.
We then went down with concrete piers through glacial till and clay until we struck solid earth.' The piers reach 20 to 25 feet into the ground, anchoring the 16- by 48-foot rectangle.