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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The Whistle Punks Manchester club is based in the Great Northern Warehouse, where wannabe lumberjacks have been hurling real metal hatchets at wooden targets since it opened in February.
Lumberjack Ian Ward should search his conscience and hang his head in shame whenever he sees a tree standing in our great city.
Pinery Boys: Songs and Songcatching in the Lumberjack Era" now incorporates, commemorates, contextualizes, and complements Rickaby's early work.
It said it had identified the would-be killer as a lumberjack called Kim - a surname used by a quarter of the nation.
Booth and Brennan check out a lumberjack competition and learn that their murder victim had a feud with Jack Flap (David Koechner), a man who makes pancakes for a living and owns a food truck.
But the sport goes back to the 19th century when Aussie lumberjacks would test their skills.
3The 3 The Lumberjack Song MICHAEL PALIN plays a barber who dreams of moving to British Columbia to fell trees for a living, singing "I'm a lumberjack and I'm OK".
Philip Hodgetts will be on hand to demonstrate the exciting new Lumberjack System and preview the beta IOS app for the system.
It's the New York State Woodmen's Field Days, an Adirondack institution that combines the traditional skills and savvy of the old-time lumberjack with the roaring charisma of monster logging equipment.
It replaced lumberjack at the bottom of the list, something I am sure Tom finds amusing.
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.
Summary: SIDON: Head of the Khardali River Canoe Kayak Club, Ali Awada miraculously survived after a lumberjack supposedly attacked him with his sickle over the weekend.