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log into

1. To sign into one's account or computer. I'm having trouble logging into my computer, so I haven't had a chance to check my email yet. Make sure you log into your account on the website before you attempt to make a purchase.
2. To give someone access to an account or computer system. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "log" and "into." Can you log me into your computer? I need to check my email really quick, and my phone's battery is dead.
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log into

v.
To provide the necessary information to a computer for someone to be allowed access to some set of computer resources: I logged into my student account to see if I owed any money to the university. This new software will automatically log you into the company's private website.
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In addition, the classification of logs into grades was based on No.
Grade yields were recorded for each of the study logs, and this information was used to segregate the logs into quality classes.
Segregate logs into high-, medium-, and low-quality groups according to the grade yields and value of the lumber produced.
The second reason people gave for collecting logs was automatic detection and analysis of security and performance incidents, indicating they are tying their logs into a Security Information Management (SIM or SIEM) and / or intrusion prevention systems.
Building the bridge is a highly skilled and dangerous operation that involves heaving massive logs into place using nothing but human muscle.
"Someone with the proper training and experience who has a chain saw, a scriber, a measuring tape and a few other hand tools can turn a truckload or two of building logs into a beautiful home."
Longview Fibre's sparkling new high-tech mill has proven this forecast, not only turning once-scorned logs into a profitable market but at the same time enriching the forests from which they came.
The circular sawmills converted about 51.2 percent of logs into lumber and cants with about 4.7 percent yield loss compared with the band mills.
Our findings indicated that small sawmills' inefficiency in converting hardwood logs into lumber was mainly due to inappropriate selection of opening face, dimensional oversize, and sawing variations.
"Loggers dragged huge quantities of logs into the impoundments, then pulled the spillway planks so the logs poured through," Erben explains.
At the same time, the more efficient conversion of low-grade logs into lumber could reduce the amount of timber harvested, thus leaving more trees in the woods to mature and improve their log quality.
We did not consider the cost of mis-manufacturing logs into the incorrect grades from the stem.
According to these results, the grading of the logs into logs with curvature or discoloration (called "log grade B") and into logs without curvature and discoloration (called "log grade A") is proposed.
But several of the larger Group I firms processed some of these higher grade logs into lumber.