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Definition of Sayers

Sayer
Sayer Say"er, n. One who says; an utterer. Mr. Curran was something much better than a sayer of smart sayings. --Jeffrey.

Meaning of Sayers from wikipedia

- Sayers is the son of Roger Winfield Sayers and Bernice Ross. His father was a mechanic for Goodyear, farmed, and worked for auto dealerships. Sayers'...
- Sayers may refer to: Sayers (bakery), an independent retail baker in the north-west of England Sayers, Texas, an unincorporated town in eastern Bexar...
- resurrection of Jesus. Sayers later relied on his book when she composed the trial scene of Jesus in her play The Man Born to Be King. Sayers was quite successful...
- selection for higher levels of cricket. Sayers specializes in first-cl**** cricket and does not play Twenty20s. Sayers started his cricket career, after switching...
- his corner whilst Sayers was attended by Nat Adams and Bob Fuller. The fight lasted 64 rounds, Sayers ending up as victor. Tom Sayers next fight was with...
- Peig Sayers (/ˌpɛɡ ˈsɛərz/; 1873–1958) was an Irish author and seanchaí born in Dunquin (Dún Chaoin), County Kerry, Ireland. Seán Ó Súilleabháin, the former...
- Sayers is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alan Sayers, New Zealand athlete Ben Sayers, early professional golfer Dorothy L. Sayers...
- price. Sayers sells a range of cakes, savouries, sandwiches, soups and bakery products. The History Of Sayers "The History of Sayers". Sayers The Bakers...
- "Say Say Say" is a song written and performed by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson, released in 1983 as a single. The track was produced by George Martin...
- Bryant&Henneage 1994. Sayers, James (1804). The Foundling Chapel Brawl. London, England. Sayers, James (1806). Elijah's Mantle. London, England. Sayers, James (1807)...
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