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till

In addition to the subsequent idioms beginning with till, also see hand in the till; until.
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In Minnesota, county land values from 1993 to 1999 are represented by the per acre full market value of tillable farmland estimated by county assessors, compiled by the Minnesota Department of Revenue and reported by the University of Minnesota (Ryan and Taff, 1998).
I dove off a neighbor's dock and quickly found myself under water and tillable to move or breathe.
It came to us with some twenty acres of good, tillable bottomland, plus timbered slopes and all the pasture we can ever use, if we're willing to claim it back from the brambles.
Given the multiplicity of possible combinations of these factors, there should be enough tillable categories here to keep the unruliest rotationist quietly occupied for a MEEK [0,2] WEEK or so.
Climate/Topography: A mountain range runs up and down the middle of the island, making the eastern half rugged and the western slope flat and tillable.
The economic issues discussed include the evolution of legal attitudes toward the traditional pattern of conditional sale of land called dian, toward the traditional pattern of rights to land use under which ownership was divided between ownership of the underlying soil and of the tillable surface, toward debt, and toward the socially central, but also economically important matter of old-age support.
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COMPARED TO the tasks the early Palatines faced--cutting roads out of the great northern forest or clearing enough land of trees and rock to make tillable soil or sustaining a community of living souls on a bitter frontier--the task the Amish have set themselves in Stone Arabia looks almost modest.
What Linn describes as eco-justice--an idea that all people, regardless of race, creed, or class, should have access to nature's beauty, tillable land, and the fruits of their labor--remains a central theme in his life.
It is said that there are a hundred million acres of tillable soil in the Peace River country and the next few years will be record breakers in the way of emigration to this almost unknown land, and it depends on the people themselves whether they make good or not.
Buy 120-degree metal bead for angles greater than 90 degrees and special tillable L-bead to finish the drywall edge against the fireplace.
Agriculture: more than 1,200,000 hectares of tillable land are available for farming, though not all are utilised.
An increase in tillable acres (Acres) was found to decrease the satisfaction with all three service groupings while the opposite was found for increases in herd size (Cows).
In Wuebker, the taxpayer bid all his tillable farmland to the CRP program, and continued to farm rented land (cropshare) and raise laying hens on land contiguous to the CRP land.
This ancient farming method is perfectly suited to the small, hillside plots that make up 70 percent of Honduras' tillable land.