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  • verb To chop wood, especially as a sport

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Examples

  • So perform standing core exercises that involve rotation using a medicine ball or cable machine, such as the woodchop in your core routines.

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  • When I had already been drinking for a good couple of hours, it was finally decided, after long confusion and communication-difficulty between Rye and his Lighthouse friends, that the two of us would be driving to Wollangara Camp - which is between Licola and Heyfield - to participate in part of their annual woodchop weekend.

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  • When I had already been drinking for a good couple of hours, it was finally decided, after long confusion and communication-difficulty between Rye and his Lighthouse friends, that the two of us would be driving to Wollangara Camp - which is between Licola and Heyfield - to participate in part of their annual woodchop weekend.

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  • It's still as much fun as ever with woodchop, rides, showbags, the beautiful and bizarre all on show at Homebush.

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  • It's still as much fun as ever with woodchop, rides, showbags, the beautiful and bizarre all on show at Homebush.

    northernstar.com.au: The Northern Star

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