from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In lumbering: One who assists in loading and unloading logs, or skidding with a dray. Also called chain-tender.
- n. A member of the hauling crew who accompanies the turn of logs to the landing, unhooks the grabs, and sees that they are returned to the yarding-engine.
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