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cash register

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to prepare (soil) for the planting and raising of crops

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unstratified soil deposited by a glacier

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a treasury for government funds

a strongbox for holding cash

work land as by ploughing, harrowing, and manuring, in order to make it ready for cultivation

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Nitrate leaching is a potential threat to the glacial till aquifer, and it posed a much greater risk of contaminating groundwater than do herbicides in this setting.
Examination of published data for samples of silty clay subsoils formed from glacial till and overbank river deposits showed that plots of the weight percentage (P) of particles with Stokes diameter [less than or equal to] D against log D often consist of 2 linear segments, one covering most of the clay range and the other the silt range.
Within HRM, 20 sample sites from four specific glacial till types were sampled.
Preserving the glacial till prairie habitats of Illinois will help conserve not only A.
A layer of lacustrine clay within the bluffs acted as an aquitard, perching water and creating a saturated layer of marerial in the glacial till above that eventually failed and flowed downslope into Lake Michigan.
5-50 feet, stiff glacial till from 50-80 feet and a hard glacial till from about 80-120 feet.
The study site was located on Wisconsin age Tazewell sub-stage glacial till in a Poinsett (fine-silty, mixed Udic Haploboroll)-Kranzburg (fine-silty, mixed Udic Haploboroll)-Waubay (fine-silty, mixed Pachic Udic Haploboroll) soil association.
But often it comes with a rush and a roar, a spate of warm days unlocking winter's relentless grip and sending torrents of smowmelt plunging down to turn rivers white with glacial till.
Specifically, we have received all necessary permits and approvals required to commence mining activities, initiated removal of the glacial till material which overlays the open it and begun placing orders for the long lead time items required to upgrade the Black Fox mill complex.
However there is unexplored potential, particularly along strike (east to west) and down dip (to the south) where prospective mineralization may be masked by either glacial till or relatively thin layers of overlying volcanic rocks.
Glacial drift hill prairies developed on glacial till of Wisconsin and Illinoian age that have lost the loess overburden due to soil slumping and erosion.
To find gold beneath the glacial till of the rolling countryside near Lake of the Woods, Rainy River Resources resorted to diamond-hunting methods to map out one of the biggest gold-in-bedrock anomalies in Eastern Canada.
Sampling of both bedrock and glacial till in Kejimkujik National Park (KNP), southwestern Nova Scotia, indicates that Hg occurs naturally in both sample media.
3) reveal a complex stratigraphy of glacial till, lacustrine, and perhaps glaciodeltaic deposits suggestive of an icemarginal location (BBC&M Engineering 1995).
British Columbia's west coast, being the most seismically active area in Canada, required a seismically sound design for the duct which is being conservatively installed at or near the hard bouldery glacial till at depths ranging from 8 to 21 feet.