clear-cut


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Synonyms for clear-cut

Synonyms for clear-cut

remove all the trees at one time

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clearly or sharply defined to the mind

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having had all the trees removed at one time

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clear and distinct to the senses

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Uncut forest strips (60-100 m wide) are left between 2 adjacent clear-cut patches.
Basically, the Forest Service was trading prime old-growth forest for lands that had already been clear-cut," says Larry Tuttle, director of the Center for Environmental Equity, based in Portland, Oregon.
Burning oil fields in Kuwait, miles and miles of toxic refinery zones in Jersey, clear-cut rain forests in Brazil: all these neosublime locales look pretty much the same, all are both large and frightening.
Staying Alive in a Clear-cut Forest," included here, first appeared in the Spring 1980 issue; WAGONER recently commented on this poem:
Clear-cuts sometimes cover vast regions; just one clear-cut southeast of Prince George, B.
The action also provides the FDIC with a suitable time-frame to evaluate the need for clear-cut statutory, regulatory, or policy changes.
A pair of environmental groups that had filed suit to block timber harvests on the land greeted the announcement with applause, saying the proposed harvest would have been "the largest clear-cut on federal lands in Lane County in 20 years," involving almost 260 acres near the Shotgun Park and Recreation Area.
Managers of the state's forests acknowledge there is no disguising a clear-cut for what it is, but they see things differently and say Mr.
Now, researchers have the first clear-cut evidence that the young stars' rotations are indeed slowed by their disks.
isn't clear-cut, but since it will directly affect the legal and tax status of one's business, it is a crucial question indeed.
Known for their gritty realism, clearly defined characters, heroic heroes and villanous villains, and clear-cut values, Westerns have captured the American consciousness.
If we don't weigh in loudly on more clear-cut (albeit sometimes boring) issues such as the need to simplify regulations, abolish the Commerce Department, privatize the Post Office, and take an immense are to the budget, we can rest assured no one else will.
Titled Logistics Transformation Management--Developing and Accelerating Logistics Change, it was developed as a result of the institutionalization of logistics transformation in the past year, which established clear-cut goals and objectives, and assigned specific roles and responsibilities throughout the logistics community.
It is deserts, rainforests, ice fields and the vast Pacific, but also toxic urban air, jungles of telephone towers and clear-cut forests.
It is also important to recognize, however, that the therapeutic implications of the distinction are not as clear-cut as they once were, and that lesions that combine-features of laryngoceles and pharyngoceles occur.