lumberjack


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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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And I am sure Tom would explain to me that lumberjacks have it tough.
Ruth Attridge, spokesperson for Debenhams said, "Although the lumberjack look is back in vogue, the chunky check shirt is now more likely to be worn out on the town than slogging away in the forests.
However, the five board cards (8-7-2-K-7) were no help to the lumberjack and the youngster took the game and the title.
PC Steve Reader said: "This was a another successful Operation Lumberjack deployment resulting in the arrest of two suspected drugs dealers on licensed premises.
Pa is the cook, and Ben is the hardworking cook's helper, peeling potatoes, washing dishes, and serving out mountains of beans to keep the always-hungry lumberjacks fed.
He keeps his feet warm with layers of socks--a pair of white ones under thick lumberjack socks with a red stripe.
Commissioner (101 TC 597, 1993), the Tax Court held a lumberjack could deduct daily transportation expenses even though his only regular place of work was his home and the home did not qualify as his principal place of business.
We're proud that they ignored the made-for-television cartoons and searched out pre-World War II Warner Brothers material, and that one of them played the Monty Python transvestite lumberjack in his high school variety show.
One victim of these changes has been the old lumberjack and mythical figure, Paul Bunyan.
World Champion Log Roller and Gold Medalist Boom Runner Jamie Fischer will perform an exciting Lumberjack Show, complete with free log rolling lessons.
BALA axeman Elgan Pugh heads into Britain's "ultimate lumberjack showdown" in good form having just collected his fourth Royal Welsh crown.
Previously known as The Harley Shop in Longview and Texas Thunder Harley-Davidson, the new locations will be renamed Adam Smith's Lumberjack Harley-Davidson (Nacogdoches) and Adam Smith's Roughneck Harley-Davidson (Longview).