log line


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log line

[′läg ‚līn]
(engineering)
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The new small log manufacturing line, which will replace the existing small log line at the mill, will allow the company to process logs of 4-11" diameter into specialty lumber products with greater speed, efficiency and yield.
The new small log line project is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2000.
The Cowichan operations, located at Youbou, on southern Vancouver Island adjacent to Tree Farm Licence 46, include a large log line, a small log line, a planermill and dry kilns.
They illustrated behavioral context -- clusters of individual log lines which could be translated into records of human-readable actions.
Log Lines has provided delivered log prices for six distinct regions within Washington and Oregon for almost 20 years.
5 billion log lines and the Premium version supports more than 10 billion log lines.
The patented ActiveGuard security and compliance platform processes billions of log lines each day to identify and respond to security events.
To illustrate: Log Lines, a Mount Vernon, Washington, price reporting service, said the primary export log grade in the Longview area jumped 52 percent from January through August 1992 as exporters and domestic mills sought to outbid each other.
8221; They have added brief graphics and log lines on their Cinemavirtuel.