Definition of Loggers. Meaning of Loggers. Synonyms of Loggers

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Definition of Loggers

Logger
Logger Log"ger, n. One engaged in logging. See Log, v. i. [U.S.] --Lowell.

Meaning of Loggers from wikipedia

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- parameters. Electronic data loggers have replaced chart recorders in many applications. One of the primary benefits of using data loggers is the ability to automatically...
- Logger may refer to: Lumberjack, a woodcutter, a person who harvests lumber Data logger, software that records sequential data to a log file Keystroke...
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- Hoquiam Loggers were revived in 1924 for the fledgling Timber League, a semi-professional baseball league based in Washington state. In 1932, the Loggers joined...
- American Loggers was a television series on the Discovery Channel. It was filmed in Maine, debuted in 2009, and went off the air in 2011 after three seasons...
- ****embled in the Unix kernel. In the 1970s, spies installed keystroke loggers in the US Emb****y and Consulate buildings in Moscow. They installed the...
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- The Lapeer Loggers were a professional ice hockey team based in Lapeer, Michigan. The Loggers pla**** the 2010–11 season as a member of the All American...
- 2012, the victory over Seattle University clinched the Loggers' playoff spot. The UPS Loggers hockey team was founded in 2005 and is currently an ACHA...
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