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 (lôg′rōl′, lŏg′-)
v. log·rolled, log·roll·ing, log·rolls
To work toward the passage of (legislation) by logrolling.
1. To engage in political logrolling.
2. To birl.

log′roll′er n.
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He helps fill that gap with discussions of citizen Lincoln, candidate Lincoln; a prominent and partisan politician; lawyer, legislator, logroller, leader; winning legislation, winning esteem; the prize and price of politics; and a final term and a future undetermined.
Soon he was to move on to London and celebrity, becoming John Lane of the Bodley Head's reader, 'Logroller', book columnist of the Star newspaper, and a literary lion of the metropolis of the Nineties.