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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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Twice in the game, the Matadors held the Lumberjacks scoreless for more than five minutes.
In that game, Adam Lopez's 3-pointer with eight seconds remaining gave the Lumberjacks a 76-75 victory.
What's been predictable lately is that the Lumberjacks have found a way to win these down-to-the wire affairs.
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No other Lumberjacks player scored in double figures.
The Lumberjacks open this season in Grand Rapids on October 6.
AN AMERICAN timber firm in need of lumberjacks wants to lure Scots tree-fellers across the Atlantic.
UP TO 12,000 people could visit Warwickshire for an international exhibition of forestry machinery and the European Lumberjack Sports Championships.
It's thought to be the first time Scots lumberjacks have been targeted for work in the USA, but bosses at the Forestry Commission are not surprised to see it happening.
John Sandford's black and white woodcuts lend drama and action to the story of a scary Hodag--but appearances aren't everything, as lumberjack Olee will tell you: the Hodag is friend to all lumberjacks and a good beast really--and having done many good turns, it's now time for his lumberjack friends to help him
Some crowd favorites were Stogie Men, cigar smokers lounging on a flatbed truck with a giant, smoking ``cigar''; the energetic Humboldt State University Lumberjacks marching band; the droll Bastard Sons of Lee Marvin; and Caesar's Circus' toga-clad men and women, who were ``stabbing'' each other and spilling fake blood all over the street.