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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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The war took its toll destroying an estimated 17% of tillable land, including open fields, olive, date, and other fruit orchards.
Green Mountain Dairy is one of the largest farms in Franklin County, milking 900 cows and growing corn and grass for haylage on 1,200 tillable acres on farms purchased in Sheldon, Swanton and Highgate, as well as some leased land.
Switzer said South Dakota farmers are not only converting marginal farm-land areas with poor soil and highly erodable lands, they are draining critical wetlands in order to increase tillable acreage.
advanced 3 spots to third place with an improved section on licensing and contracting, including tillable forms, and by allowing agents to search for information on their commissions, outstanding contracts and other facts.
Now think of that: Land that is barely tillable and certainly allows for no more than one annual planting is being used to generate energy and .
He said that to know the historical truth it is necessary to know who was benefiting from the plunder: the large landowners, palm-oil producers, livestock herders turned into regional politicians and bosses, who today hold the largest and best tillable land in the country.
Levapren is a highly tillable, heat-resistant elastomer.
Tillable land is valuable, so houses, with traditional ceramic-tiled roofs were clustered together in the countryside (no big lawns to mow).
Applying for MTNA Professional Certification has been made easier with the availability of tillable forms.
Decreasing pastoral lands, decreasing available tillable land, decreasing wild game, and decreasing available water all add up to more strife, Scholes says.
The fan is UL listed and tillable, according to Airmaster.