Origin of sawyer
Examples from the Web for sawyer
The Ministry of Heath is said to have ordered Sawyer not to travel.
She apparently was infected by a nurse who had become infected while treating Sawyer.
Sawyer insisted that she be given a private room and plunked down $500 to secure it.
On July 25, five days after he landed in Lagos, Sawyer died.
Ministry of Health protocols called for Sawyer to be to be monitored daily for 21 days.
Sawyer Gundry could have taken him with one hand and tossed him over the undershot wheel.
Did you tell the sergeant that first, or did you tell that to Sawyer?Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The Sawyer was beaten, and he never said again that a woman can not argue.
He was looking for Sawyer, but was afraid to inquire after him.Old Ebenezer|Opie Read
The soft especially is a favorite for the sawyer, a beetle with long horns, who cuts large holes through the wood.
Word Origin for sawyer
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).