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deposit of mixed clay, gravel, sand, and boulders transported and laid down by glaciers. Stratified, or glaciofluvial, drift is carried by waters flowing from the melting ice of a glacier.
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a specially equipped place designed for receipt, payment, and safe storage of cash and other valuables.
Unsorted and unstratified drift consisting of a heterogeneous mixture of clay, sand, gravel, and boulders which is deposited by and underneath a glacier. Also known as boulder clay; glacial till; ice-laid drift.
till, glacial till, boulder clay
An unstratified glacial deposit which consists of pockets of clay, gravel, sand, silt, and boulders; has not been subject to the sorting action of water; usually has good load-sustaining properties.
a box, case, or drawer into which the money taken from customers is put, now usually part of a cash register
an unstratified glacial deposit consisting of rock fragments of various sizes. The most common is boulder clay