American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The work or business of felling and trimming trees and transporting the logs to a mill.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The business of cutting and getting out logs or timber from a forest.
- n. A Middle English form of lodging.
- v. present participle of log.
- n. An act or instance of logging.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The business of felling trees, cutting them into logs, and transporting the logs to sawmills or to market.
- n. the work of cutting down trees for timber
“In an area held tightly in the grip of what he called a "logging mafia," Rakotoarisoa said 100 members of the security forces were brought from the capital city to help with surveillance and to avoid any further corruption.”
“A decrease in American logging may be good for redwoods in Northern California, but because American wood manufacturers practice much more sustainable production methods than their counterparts in other areas of the world, the economic downturn might fuel the rise of cheaper and more environmentally caustic techniques in other countries.”
“You can also use linux ping in logging mode to document time of day related losses once mtr allows you to isolate where the problem is.”
“Hunting provides $$ for local communities that have had their economies crushed during the last 30 years from the reduction in logging and mill jobs.”
“Everyone knows of the disasters unregulated commercial logging is causing in the world's tropical forests, disasters that are helped along by the frightening efficiency of machines like this monstrosity.”
“The present management, which includes some logging, is causing a decline in biodiversity.”
“Still, at least one-third of the forest remains at risk due to complicated, long-term logging contracts.”
“Mechanization has reduced employment in logging in Maine, farming in the Midwest, coal mining in Appalachia.”
“In particular the bandwidth logging is both attractive and handy, allowing you to track bandwidth usage in real-time, over the last 24 hours, or with daily, weekly, or monthly reports.”
“We drove up a craggy mountain logging road to celebrate life and love with family and friends.”
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