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Aside from the popular lumberjack scheme, consider other colors.
Born in the mid-spring of 1920 in Kaarina, Finland, young Touko Laaksonen was raised in a community of lumberjacks and farmers.
Teddy said good-by to his new friends, and went back on the wagon, meaning to learn the ways of a lumberjack.
And so it happened that just as the four were turning in that night, a lumberjack pushed open the door.
The man of title, the Bachelor of Arts, the bootblack, the lumberjack and the millionaire's son meet on common ground.
PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
One shouldn't look for drawing-room manners in a lumberjack.
"That's where my lumberjack training comes in handy," grinned Seaton.
THE SKYLARK OF SPACEEDWARD ELMER SMITH AND LEE HAWKINS GARBY
When The Laird took his leave, the lumberjack noted the increased respect—the emotion, even—with which he parted from her.
KINDRED OF THE DUSTPETER B. KYNE
Once more he was a lumberjack, the top dog of his district—and he proceeded to fight like one.
KINDRED OF THE DUSTPETER B. KYNE
Self-respectin lumberjack wouldnt a stayed twenty-four hours gittin what some of them fellers got.
SUDDEN JIMCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND

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