- n. Plural form of logger.
“Text courtesy of Your Daily Thread By Alissa Pittenger Welcome to Stumptown, where the loggers are as old as the lager.”
“Welcome to Stumptown, where the loggers are as old as the lager.”
“Maybe the focus on the loggers was a bit too much, but that could easily be fixed.”
“And, right now, in this place where we are, they are going to be starting a series of raids against illegal loggers, which is happening 24/7, around the clock, throughout Brazil, throughout the Amazon Basin, but particularly in the region we are at right now.”
“Presently they came to a place where the loggers were at work.”
“Two years ago, when the National Forests were laid out, the lumbering men -- that is, the loggers, sawmill hands, and so on -- found they did not get as much employment as formerly.”
“DeviceLock also detects and thwarts USB and PS/2 hardware-based key loggers, which is a natural extension to SentryBay's protection against software-based key loggers.”
“Stopping the loggers is the fastest and cheapest solution to climate change.”
“Pomfrey had little difficulty in recognizing the purpose of this strange structure from the accounts he had heard from "loggers" of the Indian customs.”
“Here and there, at intervals of ten to twenty miles, there were log houses, some of which gave hospitality in the summer to the sportsmen, and in the winter to the "loggers" who worked for the great lumber companies.”
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