Origin of lumberyard
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Examples from the Web for lumberyard
My childhood jobs were detassling seed corn and working at a lumberyard.Yes, Kids Need 'Shitty' Jobs
January 28, 2013
Later he drinks in working-class bars and works in a Hasidic-owned lumberyard.
I think you had better go and see him, if you can leave the lumberyard, Dick.
I reached Syracuse and struck a job in McChesney's lumberyard, at $1.35 per day.Dave Ranney
"Come down to the lumberyard to-morrow afternoon," he whispered.The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City
Laura Lee Hope
Bert had gone down to the lumberyard office on an errand for his father.
Three miles below the city was the Island on which many voters were working in a saw-mill and lumberyard.Carnac's Folly, Complete
- US and Canadian an establishment where timber and sometimes other building materials are stored or soldAlso called (in Britain and certain other countries): timberyard
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