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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of log in.
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Anna looked around at the crucifix and saints on the adobe walls, the low ceiling vigas, the striped blanket on the cot, Joe standing piñon logs in an inverted V over the burning kindling in the corner fireplace.
Nearly all the flannel-clad guys with axes have long since been replaced with huge belching machinery: massive bulldozers, cranes, gigantic pincher things that pick up the logs in their huge metal claws to pile them on huge trucks.
To our right and farther out on the plain, in a bare spot cleared of grass, human females and children—TaLi among them—chanted and struck sticks against hollow logs in a complicated, captivating rhythm.
Even more than gaslamps, Momma loved candles burning, and logs in the fireplace snapping and crackling and making shadows dance on the dark paneled walls.
And so he was content, with Dede at his side, to watch the procession of the days and seasons from the farm-house perched on the canon-lip; to ride through crisp frosty mornings or under burning summer suns; and to shelter in the big room where blazed the logs in the fireplace he had built, while outside the world shuddered and struggled in the storm-clasp of a southeaster.
Unable to believe her ears, Madame Naud looked first at Alban, as though she would not have expected such behavior from him, and then looked down with a sigh at the logs in the grate.