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Lumber

Wood cut in such a way as to be used for building. Lumber may be traded as a commodity and is especially important in the construction industry. Sustainable woodcutting has become a significant issue in the lumber industry.
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1940) (explaining why a lumberman had not removed all the timber between February and December 1938, as he had been authorized to do under a contract).
The demonstration so impressed one lumberman that he wrote a $5,000 check and bought the machine then and there.
s life was shaped from childhood by the kindly but smothering influence of grandfather Frederick and the extended clan of uncles, aunts, cousins, parents, and siblings who constantly reinforced the messages that to be a male Weyerhaeuser was to be a lumberman and that one should do nothing that would sully the grandfather's and family's legacy.
Whittemore, pioneer lumberman in the Tawas area and founder of Tawas City, demonstrated the hazards that faced the inexperienced operator who did not possess the business acumen that eventually enabled Crapo to succeed.
Mike is a great strategist, a respected lumberman, and the perfect person to continue to lead Universal, as he's proven since 2006," Currie said.
Longtime lumberman Rick Re has retired after a 43-year career with Seneca Sawmill Co.
By then, she was not only the head of her household but a lumberman as well.
When he finds a lumberman starting to chop down the largest, most beautiful tree in the forest, he feels something very different from love for the man.
There is a tall-masted schooner moored at Newcastle Quayside in the far distance, a pleasure steamer berthed in mid-river, a steam loco shunting coal wagons over the High Level Bridge and a lumberman poling timber into the shallows.
Or, and this might prove more immediately effective, let every tree lover, every forester, every lumberman rally behind some established national forest conservation organization able and willing to fight for the preservation of our biggest tree specimens.
Ending nearly 10 years of environmental battles, the Save-the-Redwoods-League reached an agreement to buy the rustic property from Ron Yanke, an Idaho lumberman who offered it for sale this spring at $14.
But Feboldson could not be a lumberman on the Great Plains.