But the sawyer case, combined with the heartless parsimony of all lethal outbreaks, means that the truth will out and soon.
When sawyer pressed him to say whether those practices would be enforced by law, he evaded the question.
In this case, it meant Juliet forgetting her sideways world husband, Jack, in favor of her island paramour sawyer.
Slurring her words and stumbling on her delivery, people wondered aloud if, gasp, sawyer was drunk on air.
She apparently was infected by a nurse who had become infected while treating sawyer.
On that morning sawyer's command was entitled to be in front and the first in the fray.
I would,” said sawyer, “but it is not an easy job all the same.
He escaped shipwreck as by a hair's-breadth, from the sawyer which had attracted the notice of Jack.
"You are not alone," McElwin remarked, as he stepped in, followed by sawyer.
Harriet was quite dead, but sawyer had not been mortally wounded.
mid-13c. "one whose occupation is sawing timber into planks, boards, etc." (as a surname from c.1200), alteration of sawer, agent noun from saw (v.), influenced by French-derived words in -ier (e.g. lawyer, bowyer, clothier).