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lumberjack

(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc.
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(3.) George Edwards: Scoop-maker and lumberman of Sundown, NY
MERSyN (CyHAN)- An 800-year-ol olive tree which was first taken to a lumberman was saved by Toroslar Municipality in Turkish southern province of Mersin and replanted.
Lumberman who became legendary conservationist dies at 73, Austin American-Statesman
In this slice of Southern Gothic, the actor plays a lumberman in rural Louisiana.
Lucy was a "lumberman and farmer"; Zehmer "operated a restaurant, filling station and motor court"; (27) and the contract appeared to be informal, uncalculated, and driven by liquor, even if the court did not ultimately believe that the men had been legally intoxicated at the time.
Forte was Medical Director of General Electric, Everett, MA and Attending Physician of Lumberman's Insurance Company Clinic of Boston.
"We came into Ontario with a lot of capital, and more to spend, and were not going to spend it until we see a change," said the British Columbia-raised lumberman.
William "Bill" Wingate Sewall, a Maine hunting guide and lumberman skilled in the ways of the wilderness, first met Theodore Roosevelt in 1878, when Roosevelt was an asthmatic city boy from Harvard.
We can see a tall-masted schooner moored at the Quayside, pleasure steamers berthed in mid-river, a steam loco shunting coal wagons over the High Level Bridge and a lumberman poling timber into the shadows.
Miller's car was insured by Lumberman's Mutual Casualty, with liability protection of $250,000, and with an excess or umbrella policy of $750,000 issued by the National Catholic Risk Retention Group, Inc.
Logger, lumberman, and shopkeeper alike turned out to fight the fire, passing buckets by way of a human chain running from the Peshtigo River to the fire.