Origin of staffer
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Examples from the Web for staffer
Remember the Christian congressman caught snogging a staffer?2014 Was a Delectably Good Year for Sleaze
December 30, 2014
Goff said he had consulted with a former Romney staffer by the name of Jared Townsend.‘Ready for Romney’ Is Amateur Hour
December 23, 2014
GOP staffer Elizabeth Lauten set off a firestorm after criticizing Sasha and Malia Obama.Let’s Not Forget: We Were All Teenagers Once
December 1, 2014
“For McConnell it actually was a vote of conscience against his party and against his friend,” says the GOP staffer.And Now Mitch McConnell Is the ‘Pro-Woman’ Candidate!
October 20, 2014
Schultz told them, according to a staffer who witnessed the conversation.The Secret Money Buying Wisconsin’s Laws
October 17, 2014
But it's awkward, because Staffer's really responsible for him.
I wish you'd leave Staffer alone; I won't have him run down.
Staffer folded a letter he had been reading, and looked at his watch.
"Oh, I'll admit that Staffer is a clever fellow," Andrew interrupted.
"That's no' what Mr. Staffer's thinking," said Marshall meaningly.
- informal a member of staff, esp, in journalism, of editorial staff
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