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tills, plural;
  1. Prepare and cultivate (land) for crops
    • - no land was being tilled or crops sown
  1. A sediment consisting of particles of various sizes and deposited by melting glaciers or ice sheets

  1. unstratified soil deposited by a glacier; consists of sand and clay and gravel and boulders mixed together
  2. work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation; "till the soil"
  3. public treasury: a treasury for government funds
  4. cashbox: a strongbox for holding cash
  5. Till or glacial till is unsorted glacial sediment. Glacial drift is a general term for the coarsely graded and extremely heterogeneous sediments of glacial origin. Glacial till is that part of glacial drift which was deposited directly by the glacier. ...
  6. Till was an LP album by The Vogues, released by Reprise Records in 1969, under catalog number RS 6326.
  7. A cash register (US English) or till (British English) is a mechanical or electronic device for calculating and recording sales transactions, and an attached cash drawer for storing cash. The cash register also usually prints a receipt for the customer.
  8. A Till is a small compartment or shelf inside a larger blanket or other form of chest, used to segregate small items.
  9. "Till" is a popular song with music by Charles Danvers. The original French lyrics were written by Pierre Buisson, and the English lyrics by Carl Sigman. First popularized by Italian singer Caterina Valente.
  10. A cash register; A removable box within a cash register containing the money; The contents of a cash register, for example at the beginning or end of the day or of a cashier's shift; to develop so as to improve or prepare for usage; to cultivate (said of knowledge, virtue, mind etc); to work ...
  11. (Tills) The method with which to track payments taken at a sales station and with the association of a particular opening and closing balance.
  12. To dream of seeing money and valuables in a till, foretells coming success. Your love affairs will be exceedingly favorable. An empty one, denotes disappointed expectations.
  13. The paper money and currency tray that holds money in a cash drawer. Tills are usually available in 4 or 5 till versions, available with lock and cover and are removable.
  14. sediments laid down directly by glacial ice. Commonly consists of unsorted angular rock fragments mixed with clay.
  15. also known as Boulder Clay.
  16. A non-sorted or poorly sorted sediment containing a wide range of particle sizes deposited by glacier ice. There are several kinds of till, determined by the mode of deposition.
  17. general term refering to any kind of sediment deposited directly from glacier ice with little or no influence by running water; typically unstratified and unsorted; sometimes called boulder-clay. ...
  18. A deposit of sediment formed under a glacier, consisting of an unlayered mixture of clay, silt, sand, and gravel ranging widely in size and shape.
  19. is a verb meaning "to cultivate": My Uncle Emmet tills about half the land on his farm and herds cattle on the rest.
  20. Soil, clay and rock that has been deposited by glaciers.
  21. A general term for the rocks and material left behind after glacial retreat.
  22. A glacial soil consisting of rock debris, sand, silt, clays and boulders.
  23. The rock, dirt, and debris deposited beneath a glacier.
  24. Treble Increase at Low Levels. A type of compression amplification system which attenuates (reduces) the amount of high frequency gain as input signal levels increase.
  25. Deposit from a glacier of unsorted rocks, boulders, gravel and sand (glacial drift).