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woodsman

a person who lives in a wood or who is skilled in woodcraft
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The Woodsman launched just last year - the whisky is matured in freshly-built oak casks from Ohio and ex-bourbon barrels double-scorched in Scotland, giving it flavours of vanilla and spice as well as a hint of woodsmoke.
Owners say The Woodsman will be unpretentious, charming and focused on its amazing wood fired oven and charcoal grill.
Browning and first marketed in about 1922, the Woodsman was improved up to the start of World War II.
The woodsman fragrance also infuses the new Moisturiser, which soothes and hydrates with shea butter and Nordic cotton.
A Colt Woodsman .22 pistol in any shape (within reason) would be a find worth crowing about.
Opens Friday Surly New Zealand woodsman Hec (Sam Neill) has to look after rebellious city kid Ricky Baker (Julian Dennison).
Both of these part are similar to the Colt Woodsman, which is the closest schematic I have.
I am writing this note to ask for your help regarding a Colt Woodsman owned by a friend.
One of that year's biggest cinema hits, it told the story of a woodsman who flees into the mountains after being wrongly accused of murder and goes on to adopt an abandoned bear cub.
Sophia's Naturals Beard Oils features four scents which are named Average Joe, Woodsman, Gentleman and Shave & Cut.
Kate Hood is not Little or Red, and she needs no woodsman to rescue her from the wolves attacking her as she takes supplies to her grandmother's cottage.
Obsessed with hunting and on the trail of a terrified vixen, a mysterious woodsman hides the fox in the fold of his cloak and transforms her into a wild girl as she escapes.