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Synonyms for saw

a usually pithy and familiar statement expressing an observation or principle generally accepted as wise or true

Synonyms for saw

a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people

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Lobban, Sawer and MI5 director general Andrew Parker were seen in public together for the first time yesterday as they faced the Commons intelligence and security committee.
The Sawer, Srensen and Barry pieces have been commissioned by BCMG, and the Gubaidulina is a classic as well.
Marian Sawer has made use of this plethora of information to create a history of WEL that is detailed, extensive and very entertainingly written.
Sawer notes the difference between WEL and other women's organisations, such as Women's Liberation.
Byron Sawer had taken one other bear of average size with bow and arrow in Michigan before bagging his state record bruin, the bear's size was deceiving, Sawer said.
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group will give 10 world premieres during its 2009-10 season, including a new music theatre piece by David Sawer.
Andrew Sawer was the proud winner of a wormery for his school after coming out on top in a competition organised by the York and North Yorkshire Waste Partnership.
With music by David Sawer and words by Armando Ianucci, not to mention a cast including Janis Kelly and Ricardo Simonetti, this was always going to be cutting-edge stuff.
Sawer joins these ranks with a timely reminder of what was, though some may disagree with her lamentations.
If it hadn't been for MI6, Sawers continued, "you'd have Iran as a nuclear weapons state in 2008 rather than still being two years away in 2012.
It said that a series of assassinations began after British intelligence chief John Sawers hinted in 2010 at intelligence operations against the Islamic Republic.
SPY chief Sir John Sawers faces fresh embarrassment today after this astonishing image was posted on Facebook .
Sir John Sawers made the journey from London to the small Bethel Methodist Chapel in Anglesey to support Mr Williams's family and represent the maths genius's colleagues who could not attend.
Sir John Sawers, who took over as "C" this month, will be called to speak about his time as the private secretary with responsibility for foreign affairs to then Prime Minister Tony Blair.
He succeeds to John Sawers who has been appointed head of the British