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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
Tenders are invited for Self-Recovery Wooden Log To 54-28-1805
Keep a firepit glowing all season with copper-wire lights loosely draped over a pile of wooden logs.
Most houses built in unplanned settlements - mainly slums - from local material such as mud, stone and wooden logs.
We rushed outside to find some men trying to break the church's main door with huge wooden logs and iron rods.
Both groups got into heated arguments which snowballed into a violent clash in which they used wooden logs to beat up the two Bangladeshis.
In terms of safety and hygiene, the shape of existing bird cages, which are poorly made with wooden logs and tin sheets, is another big concern for both customers and employees at the market.
Mahouts and elephant owners say the profitable business which involved pachyderms carrying and loading wooden logs does not find much work anymore and dwindling of forests is leading to severe food crisis in the wild and even the elephant owners have difficulty making both ends meet.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "The 54-year-old man had been cutting up wooden logs with the angle grinder when it kicked back and hit him in the face.
The impact of a head-on collision with a truck loaded with wooden logs caused the ST bus with 40 passengers to fall 300 feet (90 metres) down the hillside at Malshej Ghat," Mukund Dhus, Public Relations Officer, Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, told Gulf News.
According to BDS the explosive was fitted to a motorcycle which was further camouflaged by scrap and wooden logs.
Many of the tree's branches now have to be supported by wooden logs.