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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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The visuals are in a pixel art style, similar to Timberman.
Raff Timberman said that GIZ has reopened its office in Sudan.
His sense of humor and deeply compassionate nature made him a great writer, for sure, but more important, one of the greatest friends or family members you could ever hope to have," says producer Sarah Timberman, a longtime friend of Glasberg and his wife, writer/producer Mimi Schmir.
Notes: all questions shall be submitted in writing to matt latham, park planner/project manager, 2051 timberman road, hamilton, ohio 45013, email mlatham@yourmetroparks.
John Timberman Newcomb's "The Twentieth Century Begins" is the only entry in this category; it is an excellent account of how poets immediately preceding modernism felt that they were writing at the poetic end of poetic history, which will not mollify readers looking for an entry on 1930s magazine verse.
Tara Timberman, project founder and coordinator, says she plans to have 10 to 15 participants for the 2016-17 school year.
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.
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.
Timberman, A Changeless Land: Continuity and Change in Philippine Politics (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1991), pp.