from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In a sawmill, a long, narrow wooden channel up which logs are drawn by a chain. It leads from the place where the logs are floating or lying up to the log-deck.


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  • I'm going to clear the log-slide or break a new one.

    The Girl from Keller's

  • The next thing was to get down without being seen, and he crept to the log-slide and sitting down let himself go.

    The Girl from Keller's

  • Cameron's death; but they still had to be lopped and squared, cut into twelve-foot lengths, dragged by an ox to the log-slide, and passed down on to the ice of the lake.

    What Necessity Knows

  • "Keep along the edge until you come to the log-slide.

    A Sappho of Green Springs


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