Examples of logger in a Sentence
the loggers were obliged to plant as many trees as they cut down
Recent Examples of logger from the Web
The classic example of our shortsightedness is the Pacific yew, considered a trash tree by loggers for most of the 20th century.
The ambitious venture partners a local logger who once sued the borough with a new company formed by a Washington timber manager who is, in turn, working with a New Zealand wood products company.
The federal listing will require loggers, federal agencies and private landowners to take measures to avoid harming the Louisiana pinesnake.
Dinkar analyzed the MuslimCrypt binary himself and saw some potentially suspicious attributes, like a possible key logger.
The act established standards for foresters, timber harvesters and loggers.
In 2015, after environmentalists kicked up a fuss in the Kenyan press about the loss of Nyakweri, a KFS camp was set up to protect the forest from loggers.
That measure passed the House in November, but some Senate Democrats along with environmental groups are concerned the legislation is a pretext for giving loggers easier access to public forests.
Canadian loggers got about $4 billion, and about $1 billion went to U.S. companies and initiatives.
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First Known Use of logger
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Definition of logger for English Language Learners
: someone whose job is to cut down trees for wood
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