yarder

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From yard +‎ -er.

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yarder (plural yarders)

  1. (forestry) A motor-driven logging machine which transports logs by means of a system of cables and winches.
  2. (in combination) Something that is a stated number of yards in some dimension - such as a ten-yarder.

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