timberman


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timberman

(ˈtɪmbəmən)
n, pl -men
(Animals) any of various longicorn beetles that have destructive wood-eating larvae. Also called: timberman beetle
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Noun1.timberman - an owner or manager of a company that is engaged in lumbering
owner, proprietor - (law) someone who owns (is legal possessor of) a business; "he is the owner of a chain of restaurants"
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He further informed that short term courses such as Short Firer, first aid, timberman, permit manager, mine ventilation, pump operator and maintenance, rescue and recovery, mine sirdar preparatory, surveyor refresher and one week training courses of mine are also being imparted to the mine workers.
The job came with room and board, offered the freedom of over a million of acres of wildlife and wild foods to supplement his rations, and began a journey up the Forest Service ladder as the author served as a ranger, timberman, forest supervisor, and more.
Executive Producers on the series include Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman, Michael Dinner, Fred Golan, Dave Andron, Don Kurt, Taylor Elmore, Timothy Olyphant, and the late Elmore Leonard.
Previously, Nathan has run the Marine Corps Marathon in 2012, Timberman Half Ironman (70.
Under natural fire conditions,' Ogle wrote in the July 1920 issue of The Timberman, 'a proper amount of thinning was effected and the remaining trees were thereby given a better chance to mature.
In a 1990 article, John Timberman Newcomb situated Long (along with Archibald MacLeish, Muriel Rukeyser, Carl Sandburg, and others) among "a number of modernists once widely read and respected, now largely ignored or disparaged" (1990, 9).
When he's chosen to represent the estate of seth Hubbard, a wealthy, cancer-stricken timberman who commits suicide, Jake sees a paycheck on the horizon.
Michelle Ashford, creator/showrunner, and executive producer Sarah Timberman, are aim to achieve something dramatically purposeful with the show.
Health department secretary Diann Timberman said, the clinic, which serves low-income residents without medical insurance or Medicaid coverage, lost its nurse practitioners earlier this summer, in part because finances don t allow more work hours.
Those who pursue college education have lower recidivism rates," Timberman said.
Before he began his formal education in sociology at the University of Chicago, Anderson had been a newsboy, mule-skinner, mine worker, track repairman, coal forker, field hand, railroad maintenance carpenter, timberman, grade school teacher, concrete former, millwright, Army engineer and demolitions expert, itinerant peddler, and male nurse.