When sawyer pressed him to say whether those practices would be enforced by law, he evaded the question.
The Ministry of Heath is said to have ordered sawyer not to travel.
“People have to get here and spend time with the activists,” sawyer warns.
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).