Lopper publications

2018 

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2017

December (2017 – 54)
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March (2017 – 51)

2016

December (2016 – 50)
September (2016 – 49)
June (2016 – 48)
March (2016 – 47)

2015

December (2015 – 46)
September (2015 – 45)
June (2015 – 44)
March (2015 – 43)

2014

December (2014 – 42)
September (2014 – 41)
June (2014 – 40)
March (2014 – 39)

2013

December (2013 – 38)
September (2013 – 37)
June (2013 – 36)
March (2013 – 35)

2012

December (2012 – 34)
September (2012 – 33)
June (2012 – 32)
March (2012 – 31)

2011

2011 December (2011 – 30)
September (2011 – 29)
June (2011 – 28)
March (2011 – 27)

2010

December (2010 – 26)
September (2010 – 25)
June (2010 – 24)
March (2010 – 23)

2009

December (2009 – 22)
September (2009 – 21)
July (2009 – 20)
April (2009 – 19)
January (2009 – 18)

2008

September (2008 – 17)
June (2008 – 16)
March Anniversary Lopper (2008 – 15)
January (2008 – 14)

2007

COctober (2007 – 13)
June (2007 – 12)
April (2007 – 11)
January (2007 – 10)

2006

October (2006 – 9)
July (2006 – 8)
April (2006 – 7)
January (2006 – 6)

2005

October (2005 – 5)
July (2005 – 4)
April (2005 – 3)
January (2005 – 2)

2004

October (2004 – 1)

Lopper?

lop
tr.v. lopped, lop·ping, lops

1. To cut off (a part), especially from a tree or shrub: lopped off the dead branches.
2. To cut off a part or parts from; trim: lopped the vines back; lopped her curls shorter.
3. To eliminate or excise as superfluous: lopped him from the payroll.
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[Perhaps from Middle English loppe, small branches and twigs.]

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