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chipper

Drug slang An occasional user of illicit drugs. See Recreational drug use Tobacco A popular term for a person who smokes < 5 cigarettes/day, who may be resistant to nicotine dependence or addiction, and often born to non-smoking parents.
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Barry Rozner, columnist: Barry Bonds, Trevor Hoffman, Mike Mussina, Roger Clemens, Chipper Jones, Curt Schilling, Vladimir Guerrero, Jeff Kent and Jim Thome.
Chipper competitions are open to children aged up to 15, unless there is an age restriction specific to a competition.
Chipper donated her May profits to the Jessica Ridgeway Legacy Fund, which was created to honor the little girl (who was abducted from Chipper's neighborhood) by helping children and animals.
The tools used to reduce yard waste range in capability from light-duty electric shredders that can convert a bushel of dried leaves into a quarter bushel of fluffy mulch in 10 minutes, to trailer-mounted, diesel-powered chippers capable of converting a half-ton of 8-inch-diameter tree limbs into chips in about the same time frame--so think about what you want to accomplish before taking the plunge.
In practice, most folks would be best served with a chipper-shredder combination unit--you can load the hopper to shred leaves and twigs, and send branches down the chipper chute to create coarser material at the same time.
The hydraulic down-pressure feature on the upper feed roller allows the BC1200XL chipper to crush material, improving the feed roller's "bite" into logs and branches.
She fails to mention that her son told me he had just bought the chipper that day but he had not been given a receipt of purchase, which made me suspicious.
The wood splitter works pretty well and now I would like to copy this concept and build a wood chipper on a wheeled platform that is also powered with the snowblower.
Cut-to-length (CTL) harvesting coupled with a small in-woods chipper provided a low impact way to harvest pre-commercial trees and tops along with merchantable logs.
has announced the introduction of its new Magnum Force Drum Chipper.
Mobile chippers pose potential dangers to operators, who can become caught in the feed mechanism and pulled into the rotating chipper knives or struck by the hood of the machine while it is being opened or closed with the knives still rotating.
The large chipper opening and powerful feed enable it to effectively process material with very little vibration and produce a uniform chip.