Thousands of trees have been logged in this area.
The forest has been heavily logged.
The company has been logging in this area for many years.
Part of his job is to log all deliveries.
Truck drivers log thousands of miles every week.
She has only been flying for a few months, but she has already logged more than 80 hours.
a pitcher who has logged more than a hundred victories See More
Recent Examples on the Web
One simple, but super-effective step toward better understanding your diabetes—including your A1C—is keeping a log of your routine.—Carolyn L. Todd, SELF, 27 Sep. 2023 Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of the oldest wooden structure on record: a pair of interlocking logs connected by a notch that date to 476,000 years ago.—Will Sullivan, Smithsonian Magazine, 22 Sep. 2023 Getting Lost is a log of her affair with the married Soviet, so this is obsession as it’s really lived, with the self-replenishing present as a slaughterhouse of subjectivity; Simple Passion is the steak tartare.—Tobi Haslett, Harper's Magazine, 18 Sep. 2023 But few companies have created custom tools and dashboards with daily logs of that data for employees and their managers.—Emma Goldberg, New York Times, 15 Sep. 2023 The data dashboard, in a log of 15 complaints reported this summer, also defended 911 center employees for their response to District Dogs.—Emily Davies, Washington Post, 8 Sep. 2023 However, his TikTok account meant to document his renovation process has turned into video logs of the multitude of crimes that have been committed there.—Jenny Goldsberry, Washington Examiner, 17 Sep. 2023 On Thursday, Prince William and Princess Kate also joined the children in skimming bark off logs and sawing some lumber for a tree den — and Kate even popped inside for a look!—Stephanie Petit, Peoplemag, 15 Sep. 2023 He was found hiding in or near a large pile of logs behind a John Deere store in South Coventry Township, about 30 miles from the Chester County Prison.—Morgan Winsor, ABC News, 14 Sep. 2023
The Department of Education encourages borrowers to log into their Federal Student Aid portals and check who their servicer is, then log onto their servicer portals.—Cheyenne Haslett, ABC News, 29 Sep. 2023 Kaplan reprimanded him and ordered him to stop logging into a VPN.—Ben Weiss, Fortune Crypto, 28 Sep. 2023 Your dad spent seven years in prime time on Growing Pains and logged hundreds of episodes on game shows.—Gil Kaufman, Billboard, 27 Sep. 2023 The Nasdaq logged the biggest weekly decline, with a drop of 3.6%
Treasury yields dipped.—WSJ, 22 Sep. 2023 Another fun quirk of federated media is that, even if you’re logged in to Mastodon on your own instance, you are not logged in on any of the others in a way that does not make sense if you’re not used to it.—Nathan Edwards, The Verge, 21 Sep. 2023 The number of overtime hours logged by officers on the San Francisco police force jumped 54% from 2021 to 2022, according to the City Controller's Office.—Barnini Chakraborty, Washington Examiner, 20 Sep. 2023 The 23-year-old former undrafted free agent started as the Ravens’ slot cornerback in the first two games of the season, logging 95% of the defensive snaps there against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday and 73% in Week 1 against the Houston Texans.—Brian Wacker, Baltimore Sun, 19 Sep. 2023 More than 5,100 complaints have been logged against FIS so far via CFPB’s consumer complaints database.—Pablo Manríquez, The New Republic, 18 Sep. 2023 See More
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