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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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Children playing on the wooden log train; Laura Henderson and Terry Smith, both aged four, disconsolately face up to life after the playground theft; Picture, SIMON HADLEY
'The wooden log cabins we've seen in the skiing resort of Whistler are wonderful.'
UK managing director Goran Nilsson performed Ikea's traditional opening ceremony of sawing a wooden log, symbolising Ikea's Scandanavian principles of quality and functionality.
Raju is seen chained to a wooden log on a thatched roof at Banetha village.
The police also found a knife and a wooden log, both of which had stains of victim's blood."
Sharjah A 25-year-old worker succumbed to work-related injuries yesterday after a wooden log fell on his head while he was working at a construction site in Al Gafiah area.
Following this, the three older girls began to beat up the victim, and subsequently, inserted a wooden log into her vaginal area.
Police also found the weapons used to commit the murder -- a knife and a wooden log, both stained with the victim's blood," the CID official said.
Tenders are invited for Up gradation of igloo, Wooden log huts and bridge cottages at haritha resort jungle bells, Tyda, Visakhapatnam district (5th call)
It's not unusual for the New York-based jeweller to throw a bone or a wooden log into his collection either.
I pushed him away, but he came back after a few minutes with a wooden log and attacked me on my shoulder, which broke my collar bone.
However, the main attraction of the festival takes place when young men fight for the possession of a huge wooden log, a fight which is characterized by smearing of mud on all the participants.