The owner wanted to sell the cellar and Stafford asked if Johnnes would assess the collection.
Shortly before leaving, I ask Stafford how he felt about the day.
Before marchers had even left Freedom Plaza, Stafford told me, some poor woman had passed out.
Johnnes asked Stafford if he could clear some wines for him to bring in for the restaurant Montrachet.
“I believe that Senator Paul and Senator Leahy are probably working more closely together [than he is with Cruz],” Stafford said.
Sir Hyacinth coldly replied, he could not spare Stafford at present, and drove on.
Stafford looked at the other and made no attempt to hide his astonishment.
It was nine o'clock when Hall arrived, and he was surprised to find Mr. Stafford had not returned.
One said something hurriedly, and Stafford King left his seat.
Perhaps they required keeping up; and claret like Colonel Stafford's is consoling.
town in England, mid-11c., Stæfford, literally "ford by a landing-place," from Old English stæð + ford. County town of Staffordshire, which, as a name for a type of earthenware and porcelain made there is attested from 1765.