saw timber


saw timber
Trees of such size, shape, and kind as to be susceptible of conversion to lumber. Anno: 72 ALR2d 740. Trees of all varieties from which suitable articles can be made, or which can be used to advantage in any class of manufacture or construction. Teachout v Clough, 143 Mo App 474, 127 SW 672.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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