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saw wood

1. To snore very loudly or intensely, as during a deep sleep. Once I found out my boyfriend sawed wood at night, I knew I had to break up with him. Jake, roll over on your side, you're sawing wood again!
2. By extension, to sleep soundly. I was so exhausted after that hike that I was sawing wood in no time in my tent.
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He opened the door and saw Wood at the gate to the garden.
Jamie Carragher, the lad from Bootle with a Scouse accent which could saw wood, who was the epitome of the Shankly ethos on Wednesday night.
The initial City interpretation of the investment was that Davies saw Wood as a cheap way of bringing his hotel company to the market and as a result the Potteries company's shares lifted 10p to 80p.
Hard work of staff and pupils saw Wood End Primary come second in the improvement stakes, recording a 54 point increase.
An allconquering spell between 1997 and 2008 saw Woods blow away rivals with a mixture of power and single-mindedness.
But a dropped shot at the 18th, where he took three shots to get down from just off the edge of the green, saw Woods sign for a two-under-par 70 to remain six adrift on completion of the first round.
Woods United bagged runners up spot in Senior One with a 9-2 thumping of Potters Green CA in the final game of the campaign for both clubs - a result which saw Woods leapfrog Stoneleigh on goal difference.
Another lifeguard, Natalie Emery, 24, said she saw Woods talking to a man "for between 10 and 15 minutes" before the incident.
However, further dropped shots at 11 and 12 saw Woods slip further down the leaderboard before a birdie at the 14th allowed him to maintain some hope heading into the final round.
putting problems saw Woods trail Mahan (left) and Laird (right)
An officer at the scene saw Woods lower lip was cut, the police records said.
After wayward driving and putting saw Woods cast a dejected figure on Saturday, the 14-times major champion quickly found his groove during the final round with a birdie on the par-five first after splitting the fairway with his drive.
But a remarkable turnaround saw Woods card six birdies coming home, which included a crucial 25-foot putt at the last, as he covered the back nine in just 31 to complete a round of 65 and set the mark at 14 under.
A horror run saw Woods drop four shots - and he had gone 10 years since the US Tour Championship in 1996 without a run of four dropped shots in four holes.
Last year's Nissan, staged for the first time at Valencia Golf Club, saw Woods stunned by 100-1 rag Billy Mayfair, who sank a six-foot putt for a famous play-off victory.