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Variety reports that Timberlake will bring his new woodsman look to the Moda Center on Nov. 16.
And as a flannel-wearing, stubble-sporting, card-carrying woodsman, he's got to eat the part.
History of the city and team: In 1634, French-Canadian woodsman Jean Nicolet, the first European to set foot in Wisconsin, is said to have come ashore at Red Banks just north of modern Green Bay.
The new colors—olive, woodsman, clementine, aubergine, cerulean, pomegranate, and melon ball—were developed with Pantone color specialists and highlight a mix of earthy tones and fruity neons.
That honeylocust was spared the woodsman’s axe, but preserving a mature tree is not always possible.
Derek Coleman is a strapping, bright guy of 27 with a woodsman’s beard who recently returned from going to see the elephant.
Survivalism, the practice of preparing for a crackup of civilization, tends to evoke a certain picture: the woodsman in the tinfoil hat, the hysteric with the hoard of beans, the religious doomsayer.
Lincoln might be derided as a poor woodsman, but he was also valorized for his log cabin roots.
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WOODSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of woodsman for English Language Learners
: a man who works in and knows many things about the forest
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