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  • n. Alternative form of tree hugger.

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Examples

  • So I got to play treedragger instead of treehugger, which is a lot of work considering the distance between there and the curb.

    dustbury.com » Joy in Mudville

  • Somehow, we think certain parts of California won't be particularly impressed with any award with the word "treehugger" in its title.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • I am in no way a "treehugger" but think that we must be mindful of our natural resources and if we are not using it; it should be put to a different use.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Recently Lloyd Alter from treehugger conducted an excellent interview with David Wax from Freegreen and architect Greg La Vardera whose smart modern home designs can be found on Houseplans. com.

    Jason Sahler | Inhabitat

  • While the most obvious green twitterers to follow might be @treehugger, @algore or @grist (and OBVIOUSLY @inhabitat – duh!), there are a ton of really great, really insightful green tweeters worth following who are flying a little lower under the radar.

    Jill Fehrenbacher | Inhabitat

  • I'm not some treehugger or p. e.t.a member or anything but, I can guarantee that the gator didnt know he was being "hunted" if so redneck mommy wouldnt have had the chance to murder this brute. lets see "yaw" jump into his enviroment and do the same thing. .or even do it during the day when you don't have the benefit of "eyeshine" ..

    Young Mother Bags 11-Foot Alligator With a Crossbow in Florida's St.

  • But now some egghead jacktard treehugger (in my opinion) is going to throw the mystical carbon footprint into the mix, and this will mean more dead trees standing around with nothing better to do than hold carbon.

    A Geo-Political Rant. Again.

  • Some “real” treehugger would be all over you in a heartbeat!

    Hugging a tree and other things to do… « Awful Library Books

  • I don't really see myself as a treehugger in any way.

    Military thinktank urges US to cut oil use

  • Bike sharing in Washington, D.C. (Photo from treehugger. com)

    Learning to (Bike) Share « PubliCola

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