Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A log cut to the proper length for sawing in a sawmill.
“KLF with the Bonheur consortium, concerns were expressed about the structure of the sawlog supply industry in Mpumalanga and Limpopo.”
“With forest areas totalling more than 260,000 hectares of planted land, Safcol produces 36% of South Africa's sawlog supply each year.”
“With forest areas totalling more than 260,000 hectares of planted land, Safcol produces 36 percent of South Africa's sawlog supply each year.”
“Young trees often grow rapidly, and both thinnings and branches from sawlog or pulp plantations could yield valuable fuel.”
“Enthusiasts discovering individual trees which have made prodigious growth, or even fairly extensive stands on fertile soil with heavy rainfall, will compute sawlog yields at 40 or 50 years which are much too optimistic for general application.”
“This tree has no value for nut production but would yield a good sawlog.”
“In the winter, sleighs generally took the sawlog road along the short-cut to Forest”
“For the Glengarry men, who handled only square timber, despised the Murphy gang as sawlog-men;”
“Dick Brewer had taken refuge behind a thirty-inch sawlog near the mill, just one hundred and forty steps from the window near which this fierce little fighting man was lying, wounded to death.”
“Brewer raised his head just above the top of the sawlog, so that he could see what Roberts was doing.”
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