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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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Jools said: "It's a growing trend in Canada, which obviously has a big lumberjack heritage, but it's only in the last couple of years that it's taken off as an urban sport.
A LUMBERJACK from Gwynedd has been named British Champion axeman.
As Monty Python might say, they're lumberjacks and they're OK.
Consider spending a day enjoying crafts, food and logging excitement, and to show your support for New York's lumberjacks and jills.
So tomorrow night you can see three comedians for the price of one as The Lumberjacks really are alright.
It replaced lumberjack at the bottom of the list, something I am sure Tom finds amusing.
Champion lumberjack match, and strong efforts to show off Ryback's power.
The Story of the Lumberjack World Championships" discusses this annual event where people who take pride in their careers as lumberjacks travel to Hayward, Wisconsin to compete with their skills and strength.
In this trivia book, author Michael Thorp gives readers three possible answers: a) Ice fishermen at Houghton Lake during Tip-Up Town, b) Detroit's first rap group, or c) Lumberjacks.
AP) -- Winning national championships is becoming second natural for the Dakota College at Bottineau Lumberjacks.
In this scholarly (but nonetheless very entertaining) book, Wisconsin historian Edmonds traces the Bunyan stories to their origins among 19th century lumberjacks, shows how they moved out of the North Woods and into print, and looks at how the stories themselves were changed along the way.