Medical Definition of Sawtimber
1. Live trees of commercial species containing at least one 12' sawlog or two noncontiguous 8' logs. Softwoods must be at least 9" in diameter and hardwoods at least 11" in diameter. (05 Dec 1998)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sawtimber
Literary usage of Sawtimber
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Forest Owners' Guide to the Federal Income Tax by William C. Siegel, William L. Hoover, Harry L. Haney, Jr., Karen Liu (1996)
"Pulpwood from tops and limbs of sawtimber trees—Treating the cutting of timber as the disposal of standing trees for capital gain purposes applies only to ..."
2. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"Percentages of large sawtimber, small sawtimber and other averaged 9 percent, ... Similarly, the proportion of large sawtimber was greater on occupied sites ..."