They crossed the taw river, passed through Belstone, and struck into the lane which would bring them down to the Okehampton road.
I'm hanging on to his taw now for the past fortnight and I can't get a penny out of him.
A line called the "taw line" is drawn a short distance from the court.
Whoever first gets back to the starting-point, or taw, wins.
After the first shot, every player must shoot from the place at which his taw rests.
Brightly belonged to the Torridge and taw branch of the family.
He may now lay his taw about the hole or fire at the other, on hitting which he counts another 10.
The ruby was so hard that it broke every taw against which it struck.
taw′er, a maker of white leather; taw′ery, a place where skins are dressed; taw′ing.
About ten feet from this ring a line is made called a "taw line."
"to prepare" (leather), from Old English tawian "to do, make," from Proto-Germanic *tawojan (cf. Old Frisian tawa, Old Saxon toian, Middle Dutch tauwen, Dutch touwen, Old High German zouwen "to prepare," Old High German zawen "to succeed," Gothic taujan "to make, prepare"), probably related to the root of Old English tol "tool" (see tool).