adj.— «Georgia has spent more than $75,000 on a diving-for-logs program.…The lack of interest has made environmentalists happy. They oppose the practice, called deadhead logging, over concerns that it stirs up too much potentially polluted silt.…Because they were mostly heartwood, and therefore dense, about 5 percent of the 200- to 500-year-old logs sank.…Rare wood dealers prize the deadhead logs. They use them in flooring, paneling and furniture that often wind up in clubhouses, resorts and million-dollar homes, including some in metro Atlanta.» —“Deadhead program snubbed” by Stacy Shelton Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Ga.) Feb. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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