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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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Lewis dans une annexe contenue dans son livre, Lumberman from Flint, (Detroit 1958) a partir des statistiques contenues dans la publication de Henry B.
Whittemore, pioneer lumberman in the Tawas area and founder of Tawas City, demonstrated the hazards that faced the inexperienced operator who did not possess the business acumen that eventually enabled Crapo to succeed.
The first major benefit of the LumberMan MN26 for do-it-yourselfers, is that its beefy capacity comes at a relatively pint-sized cost.
And remember the rallying cry of Joseph Stearns, forester and catalyst for the Register, who wrote in 1940: "Let every tree lover, every forester, every lumberman rally.
Ophelia, as she was called, was the fifth daughter in the family of a prominent lumberman and his cultured wife, born in Centerville, Tenn.
That gift, combined with a significant challenge gift from Southern Oregon lumberman Robert DeArmond and his wife, Leona, and additional donations, brings the music school's fund-raising total to $5 million for the $15.
lumberman John Menard sponsored Johnson throughout his professional driving career.
Late last week, the company's property insurer, Lumberman Underwriting Alliance, released most of the site to begin the cleanup work, which is expected to take about four weeks, Wert said.
Ed Cone, director of the Southern Lumberman, who is predicting five years of moderate growth, said the reduction in available timber from the Pacific Northwest has forced stumpage prices to historical highs and has depleted mature timber stands on private land.
One of the company's initial major investors was Frederick Weyerhaeuser, the legendary lumberman and founder of the company that bears his family name.
After all, when I came to Eugene to start law school in 1966, the mayor was Ed Cone, a lumberman, who was followed into office by Les Anderson, publisher of a lumber industry newsletter, who was succeeded by Gus Keller, the manager of the John Warren hardware and sporting goods store.
The vine maple may hold no allure for the lumberman or the scientist.