Sawbuck


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Sawbuck

In the United States, a slang term for $10. It is rarely used.
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Of the 30 harvests sampled, 5 (17%) used a mechanical harvester, grapple skidder, and sawbuck, and thus could be considered fully mechanized (Table 2).
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Also today, Sawbuck announced the closing of a new $2M round of funding, led by Washington DC real estate investor Robert Stewart.
When we cut wood for heating, Steve saws one- to four-inch diameter branches and dead saplings into trailer length pieces to be hauled back to the sawbuck.
Results indicated a typical knuckleboom loader with a sawbuck can be employed efficiently in the region with a typical balanced manual harvesting system or a mechanized harvesting system.
We're the older generation,'' joked Sawbuck, 52, from Cincinnati, Ohio.
1,000 or 1,500 pounds per pair - and has a line of accessories that includes a six-outlet plug and slip-on sawbuck for holding logs.
Similarly, the Model 154BK SawBuck is two saws in one: a course saw for slicing soft, dry wood fast, and a fine saw for harder woods.
21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Online real estate broker Sawbuck Realty (www.
Bucking with a sawbuck is a typical practice in West Virginia, which accounted for 82 and 86 percent of the bucking operations for small and medium companies, respectively (Table 4).
The main job of our sawbuck is to cut cookstove wood, which, for our stove, needs to be 14" long.