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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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Coming from the basal ice, the water is milky with the rock flour of glacial till and it has a full bed load of sand and gravel (Fig.
The length of the linear segment for sample 6 was the smallest found for subsoil sediments possibly because the glacial till is of mixed origin (Loveday 1962).
In many areas of Canada where glacial tills are very thick and complex, the exploration for mineral deposits requires a systematic, scientific approach based on the principles of glacial transport elucidated by innovative scientific pioneers like Prest.
The mouth of the canyon, created by a 22-foot-waterfall, was lined with a foot-thick layer of reinforced concrete, plus a cosmetic layer embedded with stream debris and blended to match the striated glacial till.
Part of the evidence comes in the form of glacial till, or sand and pebbles ground up by the action of glaciers.
In addition, while most of Grizzly Central is covered by a thin to variable layer of glacial till, geologists have outlined a newly mapped mineralized outcrop along trend up to 800 meters southwest of current drilling.
The soils here are a unique mixture of glacial till deposits and, in most cases, are not more than 40 inches (100 centimeters) deep.
We then went down with concrete piers through glacial till and clay until we struck solid earth.
This project was awarded to GLDD by the Army Corps of Engineers New York District and involves the excavation of silt, glacial till and seabed material requiring subaqueous drilling and blasting.
It is also an area of extensive glacial till cover.
Discontinuous outcrops of mineralisation and alteration have been mapped over a strike of 80 metres within glacial till cover.
This study focused on soil developed on glacial till over three major bedrock types: the Cambrian-Ordovician Goldenville and Halifax groups, and Devonian granite of South Mountain Batholith.
They are sometimes called gravel, dolomite, or glacial till prairies (IDNR 2007).
Much of the bedrock geology in the region is covered in up to 100 metres of overburden, such as glacial till and clay, with less than one per cent of exposed bedrock.