In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Two cars whizzed by, then the woodcutter's truck passed, laden with dried branches for cooking fires.
- Many woodcutters know Purepecha names for trees, which correspond closely to the Linnean system of names of species, and the burning and construction qualities of different kinds of wood.
- The methods of tree felling were altered and piece work was introduced, doubling the woodcutters ' wages and leading to increased costs.
- No longer do the leaders of the smartest city governments view the environment as merely a source of dirt for the homebuilders, or wood for the woodcutters.
- He was followed by other cattlemen, as well as woodcutters eager to exploit the tall stands of cedar.
- Occasionally they find a few sparks, kept alive in a humble woodcutter's cottage, or in a small fire started by a few of their fellow wanderers.
- In addition to the practical considerations favoring the dry wood of dead trees over the wet and heavy wood of living trees, woodcutters in Santa Fe express, and partly practice, an ethic of woodcutting.
- Members of the Santa Fe community remember this period as one in which they supplied themselves with kiln fuel from the pine branches and slash left in the forest by the Quiroga woodcutters.
- He arrived on the Belgravia in 1864, with a 15-year sentence to serve for house-breaking and worked as a woodcutter, sawyer, fencer and general labouring teamster.
- Or maybe he could send a strong message on his attitude to forestry and logging by putting champion woodcutter, David Foster, in the job.
- This is the place where some woodcutters cut down trees.
- My first impression of Woolrich came not from hunters, but woodcutters atop pine tree forested mountains when I was a young U.S. Forest Service firefighter.
- The son of a Perthshire woodcutter, Macintosh himself became a forester.
- There was an inn in the trees at the Bains de l' Allaiz where the woodcutters stopped to drink, and we sat inside warmed by the stove and drank hot red wine with spices and lemon in it.
- It has little to say about management techniques for the kinds of nonlumber wood that woodcutters require and does not provide a reliable parameter of growth rates for the species that woodcutters prefer for cooking fuel.
- The people we met were like the cast from an old faery tale: bearded woodcutters sat chatting in clearings of the forest; cowherds and shepherdesses wandered past with their flocks, shy and silent.
- Mentionably, professional woodcutters, who are adept at handsawing of timber are hired by the timber smugglers to carry on the business.
- What's keeping the seemingly decent woodcutter from telling what he really knows?
- The title provides aids to let you know if a woodcutter has run out of trees in his designated area but is unable to tell you specifically why there is a mass of settlers sitting around idle.
- The film depicts one day in the life of a woodcutter in rural Argentina - precious little happens but it's well worth your patience, especially because Alonso packs the screen with so many stark and beautiful landscapes.
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