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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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Gevers, T.W, 1931, An ancient tillite in South West Africa: Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa, v.
Harland understood that the tillites were glacially formed and realized that they appeared in the rock record just below strata bearing Ediacaran fossils, the earliest abundant multicellular life detected in the rock record.
2007) indicate the hillslope soils to be pedologically complex, reflecting variable parent materials of interbedded tillites, quartzite shales, and massive quartzites (upper slopes), and fine grained siltstone, mudstones, and shales (lower slopes) (Burra 1:250000 sheet, Geological Survey of South Australia 1964).
These immense ice mass deposited huge amounts of morrenic materials which are found today in the form of tillites (Scotese et al, 1995).
On the Presence of Quartzites Mechanically Broken (Sometimes Simulating Human Workmanship) in the Dwyka Tillites and Their Derivation in the Older Gravels of the Vaal.
Young, G.M., 1973, Tillites and aluminous quartzites as possible time marker for middle Precambrian (Aphebian) rocks of North America, in Young, G.M., ed., Huronian Stratigraphy and Sedimentation: Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper 12, p.
The reservoirs are unusual in that many of them are periglacial sandstones often sealed by glacial tillites. This is one of the few areas in the world where deposits of such type host hydrocarbon reserves in commercial quantities.
Many Fms are periglacial sandstones sealed by glacial tillites. This is one of the few areas in the world such Fms host petroleum reserves in commercial quantities.