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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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"I am now trying to develop an advanced version of this power tiller so that one can sit on the vehicle while the farm is being ploughed, quite like a tractor," he explains.
A tempered gear-drive transmission on the RT30 Rotary Tillers is available in forward and reverse rotation and requires less maintenance than roller chain drives according to Geier.
Tow-behind tillers were designed for people who need a powerful tiller but perhaps don't have a tractor with a PTO, or those who need to use a tiller in tight, tough-to-get-at places, such as food plots that are off the beaten path.
The maximum soil bulk density in both years was observed in plot sown with zone disk tiller while the minimum in turbo seeded wheat (Table 3).
"Bryson Tiller new album is mediocre and he made us wait 2 years.
Individual spikes from ten random tillers were threshed separately.
For Tiller, caring is very much in the genes, with her father a consultant physician at the DHB and her mother a nursing sister, who qualified in the United Kingdom.
Assistant Director Agriculture (Extension) Naveed Asmat Kahloon said that foggy weather would augur well with wheat crop as its tillering capacity (A tiller is a stem produced by grass plants, and refers to all shoots that grow after the initial parent shoot grows from a seed.
Therefore, most tiller recruitment occurs via vegetative reproduction from belowground axillary buds (i.e., the bud bank sensu Harper, 1977; Benson and Hartnett, 2006).
| TILLER Girl Fay Robinson, from Wallasey, | |brought in some lovely photos from her glittering career on stage and screen.