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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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The final stages saw Wood replaced by Tom Pugh in the Southam goal and the latter made a number of good saves to stop the home side from adding to their total.
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 following day saw Wood back in action and joining forces with former world under-21 champion Gary Wilson.
The complainer arrived home and saw Wood urinating in his garden.
Hard work of staff and pupils saw Wood End Primary come second in the improvement stakes, recording a 54 point increase.
An electric energy surged throughout the crowd on the course as they saw Woods' name climb to the top of the leaderboard and he almost thrilled the patrons with a hole in one on the 16th.
Aaron Wise's 6&4 victory over Brandt Snedeker saw Woods top his group with McIlroy next up in the last 16.
It was an emotional finale to a year which saw Woods return to the highest level after he had once feared he may never play golf again.
SEE SAW Woods dazzled as Poulter (above) was left to curse bunker at the 18th and Simpson (top) surged clear
A final-round 68 in the Hero World Challenge saw Woods finish 10 shots behind winner Rickie Fowler - no disgrace considering Fowler's course-record 61 that included an incredible 11 birdies.
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.