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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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The loggers are battery powered by two AA batteries with a life expectancy of in excess of a year.
The scope of supply in this contract will include other software and interfaces which will enable the Logger PC server to transfer data to NI Water~s existing telemetry server.
In response to parcelization, many South Carolina loggers reduced the size of their workforce and/or sold some of their equipment (Moldenhauer and Bolding 2009).
Tinytag radio data loggers are ideal for use in premises with a medium to large number of monitoring points, gathering environmental data automatically using wireless communications.
Illegal loggers are in the same category as persons who commit robbery, rape and murder.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 25, 2012-HOBO UX90 Motor On/Off Logger now available from Onset(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In recent years simple mechanical and chemical devices have been augmented by electronic loggers which can record environmental data for later evaluation.
Onset Computer Corporation, the "HOBO[R]" data logger company, recently announced improved measurement accuracy of its HOBO Water Level data loggers.
The new HOBO U-Shuttle allows users to download data from multiple HOBO data loggers, which monitor conditions such as temperature or voltage for upload direct to a computer for analysis.
The program continues to train more loggers than any other similar program in the nation and has received three awards from the national Forest Resources Association.
Chile's "national monument" tree, with the look of a regal redwood, is being depleted at a rapid rate as it is sold on the black market where illegal loggers can make $5,000 per cubic yard, reports the New York Times.
Designed for acoustic zone monitoring, it combines sound level and frequency loggers with radio transmission for monitoring pipeline networks.