saw logs

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Verb1.saw logs - breathe noisily during one's sleep; "she complained that her husband snores"
breathe, take a breath, suspire, respire - draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; "I can breathe better when the air is clean"; "The patient is respiring"
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But a real horse is alive, and trots and prances and eats oats, while this is nothing more than a dead horse, made of wood, and used to saw logs upon.
It had been rudely made, in the beginning, to saw logs upon, so that its body was a short length of a log, and its legs were stout branches fitted into four holes made in the body.
In displaying canopy height, forest managers can differentiate between pulp and saw logs.
Forest Service is one of approximately one dozen public and private agencies responsible for organizing the popular event, which offers youngsters a chance to climb trees, roast hot dogs and marshmallows, saw logs and hike with their families for free throughout the Howard Buford Recreation Area.
Not only will this provide a sustainable fuel supply for the local area, and saw logs for our mill, it will respect the local habitat and amenity.
Commercial mills will not saw logs shorter than eight feet, but I have cut sections as short as four feet.
The stumps and root matter are ground up on site and the larger logs, predominately white pines, are hauled to off-site locations, where the better ones are made into saw logs and the remainders are chipped and cut for fire wood.
The easement gives Wayburn the ability to harvest saw logs and to thin stands for future logging with the confidence that she can continue to plan for-profit activities without getting shut down by endangered species regulations.
Saw logs to desired length taking care to make a 90 degree cut (essential, otherwise they will fall over).
The two-day show attracts hundreds of spectators and more than 120 contestants who chop, cut, climb, splice and saw logs with a blend of modern tools and time-honored techniques.
Moose (Alces alces) damage, however, reduces the quality of butt logs intended for high-quality plywood and saw logs.
Salvaging the standing dead pine for fuel would allow reforestation to be accelerated, would help mitigate the risk of wildfires, benefit the forest industry in the recovery of saw logs from infested areas and enhance economic activities in the woods industry for local communities.