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  • verb Present participle of yard.

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Examples

  • The geared engine has also been used as a substitute for cable power, in "yarding" operations.

    Handwork in Wood

  • Yes | No | Report from matt wasson wrote 2 weeks 3 hours ago even though illegal a lot a people got busted this last year baiting, and the funny one of the year goes to a little old lady who has a ton of bird feed out, the deer are yarding up at her house now!

    Feeding the deer in winter

  • Yes | No | Report from matt wasson wrote 2 weeks 3 hours ago even though illegal a lot a people got busted this last year baiting, and the funny one of the year goes to a little old lady who has a ton of bird feed out, the deer are yarding up at her house now!

    Feeding the deer in winter

  • Unique achievements of forest engineers include cable yarding systems, the design of forest roads that produce less sediment, and the development of field harvesting equipment that increases efficiency.

    Forestry

  • Plus, we stayed up a bit late, drinking vino and back-yarding and chitter-chattering Barzak and I have lived disturbingly parallel lives.

    Forlorn

  • Plus, we stayed up a bit late, drinking vino and back-yarding and chitter-chattering Barzak and I have lived disturbingly parallel lives.

    Forlorn

  • Plus, we stayed up a bit late, drinking vino and back-yarding and chitter-chattering Barzak and I have lived disturbingly parallel lives.

    June 2007

  • But when we're moving equipment into an overseas theatre on rented transport planes, moving it around slung under rented choppers, hitching rides on Dutch or American helos, keeping our air-support home because of avionics concerns and insupportability, jerry-rigging Sea Kings as troop-transports, bone-yarding our tactical transports because of airframe fatigue - and that's just off the top of my head - then our focus should be on results first, process second.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Within a week of his yarding he had taught us so much, inspired us with such confidence in his resourcefulness and ability, that we resolved to give him a treat in the plantation dragging round a miniature disc-harrow, a particular brand of agricultural implement known as the “pony dot.”

    My Tropic Isle

  • In the winter—tracks and packed-down trails in lowland needleleaf stands are signs of a winter yarding site.

    The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States

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