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  • n. Plural form of forester.

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Examples

  • So they called the foresters and they said that it was a mango.

    More Jataka Tales

  • Five foresters from the Russian Federal Forest Agency were in Nevada County this week to learn from Tahoe National Forest officials about a variety of wildland topics.

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  • His foresters are the colonists, whose career he follows in a mild comic history, consistently allegorized, from the days of settlement, through the colonial wars, the Revolution, the Confederation, the Constitution, the establishment of the Republic, and the polemic episode of Citizen Genêt.

    Chapter 1. The Beginnings of Fiction. Section 1. Arguments and Experiments

  • The chief officers were known as foresters, verderors, woodwards, and agisters.

    The Dukeries

  • Warm thanks and much praise were bestowed upon Cuthbert for his share in the capture of the castle, and the earl, calling the foresters round him, then and there bestowed freedom upon any of them who might have been serfs of his, and called upon all his knights and neighbors to do the same, in return for the good service which they had rendered.

    The Boy Knight

  • Beyond the wooden goods were heaps of leather items: old shoes, boots gray with mildew, belts, gloves, leggings, arrow quivers, peaked caps such as foresters wore, thongs, lacings, a hodgepodge of hide products ranging in quality from the very decrepit to the pristine.

    Riverwind the Plainsman

  • On the trip out from Ore City an overworked stage horse straining on a sixteen per cent. grade and more had dropped dead in the harness -- a victim to the parsimony of a government that has spent millions on useless dams, pumping plants, and reservoirs, but continues to pay cheerfully the salaries of the engineers responsible for the blunders; footing the bills for the junkets of hordes of "foresters," of

    The Man from the Bitter Roots

  • '' Vascones '', said to have originally meant "foresters" but more likely a Latinized version of the root used by these people to refer to themselves, '' eusk - ''.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Those who are generating credits - such as foresters - may want to join.

    ACT New Zealand -

  • President Dwight in the era of the War of 1812 was very critical of the "foresters," but saw in such a movement a safety valve to the institutions of New England by allowing the escape of the explosive advocates of "Innovation." [

    The Frontier in American History

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