- an officer having charge of hedges and fences around a town common, especially to keep cattle from breaking through and to impound stray cattle.
Origin of hayward
- Leland,1902–71, U.S. theatrical producer.
- a city in central California, SE of Oakland.
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Contemporary Examples of hayward
Instead, the film focuses specifically on Hayward and her family, stripped of overt political messages or loaded debates.
Now that Hayward has fully transitioned there are new prohibitions regarding what she cannot do in religious settings.
In fact, Transmormon closes not with Hayward, but her father saying that he would not be okay if she were resurrected as a man.
In the process, 25-year-old Hayward has become a transgender poster child, at least to Mormons.
“I was terrifyingly aware of the fact that my father was vocally against that lifestyle when I came out,” Hayward tells me.
Historical Examples of hayward
You pick the critter you want, and I guess Mrs. Hayward will pasture it for you.Four Little Blossoms at Brookside Farm
Mabel C. Hawley
Hayward fell at Essendune in 1016, and was buried at Cranbourn.Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesbury
H. J. L. J. Mass
Corner and Hayward sent to reconnoitre the beach, to discover a landing-place.
They perfectly recollected Mr. Hayward, and seemed to shrink from him.
All the others complaining of being sick, took their rest, except Mr. Hayward and Mr. Elphinston, who I directed to keep watch.
- British obsolete a parish officer in charge of enclosures and fences
Word Origin and History for hayward
proper name, from Old English hege-weard "guardian of the fence/hedge." His original duties seem to have been protecting the fences around the Lammas lands, when enclosed, to prevent cattle from breaking in while the crops grew.