- n. A surname.
- see weaver. (Wiktionary)
“I'm wondering if Bob Weaver is going to go to bat for the Mayor again, because when the Mayor asks you to represent him you just do it because he needs representation too.”
“Wally Weaver is assumed in the book to die of natural causes … in fact he gets a bigger role in this movie elavating his character into more then a bit character. .he looks like a cross between mister fester and paul from the wonder years.”
“Whether or not Weaver is involved, she gets the feeling that Best Director Golden Globe winner James Cameron isn't ready to leave the Na'vi alone.”
“For her part, Weaver is open to reprising her role in the new film.”
“Sigourney Weaver is one of my favorite actresses, and sci-fi movies just don't feel the same without her!”
“The rifle weighs 8 pounds, 2 ounces with a 3X-9X scope in Weaver mounts.”
“Benjamin Weaver, a thief and brawler of Jewish descent, writes his memoirs after being convicted of a murder he didn't commit.”
“Personally, I'm tepid on this novel, but I liked the Benjamin Weaver character enough to say I'm still looking forward to reading Devil's Company.”
“Sigourney Weaver is always good, but in these last two sequels she seemed to be phoning it in.”
“Weaver is back trying to create a Skynet alternative that respects humans, but is capable of creating the robots (after all, without any Skynet the T-1000's don't exist.)”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
Words that relate to, or come from, the weaving trade.
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