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noun as in lumberjack

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She heard about Buddhist monks in Thailand who had ordained trees as monks because loggers revered the monks, so the trees were protected.

Her family of loggers selectively cut trees and dragged them out with horses, leaving plenty still standing.

Her first book blends memoir — the story of her upbringing in Canada as a descendant of loggers — with fascinating research about how forests are much like human communities, alive with messages, warnings and protective tips shared among neighbors.

Bolsonaro said Thursday that he would eliminate illegal deforestation by 2030, even though illegal loggers and farmers have felt encouraged by him and have become a significant base of support for the Brazilian president.

In December, Portland-based Stimson Lumber sent loggers for many of the remaining trees, despite protests from residents who have fought to protect their drinking water from industrial logging.

Because she has no family in Canada, Gilbert, a retired logger, says the Red Cross will be housing him for the near future.

One of Hollister's men was a lean, saturnine logger, past fifty, whose life had been spent in the woods of the Pacific Coast.

In the growing dawn, Hollister and the logger went down through woods thick with smoke.

"The boy is going to be a great logger some day," he would declare with fatherly pride.

Three or four of you great logger-headed fellows, Come and carry him away.

That, however, was not the only time I found text and illustrations at logger-heads.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to logger, such as: cutter, lumberman, and woodchopper.

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