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logger in Forestry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloggerlog‧ger /ˈlɒɡə $ ˈlɒːɡər, ˈlɑː-/ noun [countable]  TAFsomeone whose job is to cut down trees syn lumberjack
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loggerHe worked as a logger and riverboat guide, unmarried but not always unencumbered.He seemed big and rugged - more like a logger than a hotel executive at this moment.The plan has confused environmentalists and loggers alike.Tens of thousands of miners and loggers were dumped in the middle of the jungle without enough to eat.Poachers, illegal loggers and encroaching farmers are active everywhere across the sprawling archipelago.Roads built to service the project are expected to attract slash-and-burn settlers and, possibly, illegal loggers.Save the owl, save the loggers.We judged that the loggers had done a good job.