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“I believe that Senator Paul and Senator Leahy are probably working more closely together [than he is with Cruz],” Stafford said.
That corruption, says Stafford Smith, provided the opportunity for a “frame-up of epic proportions.”Did Pablo Escobar Frame a Millionaire for Murdering Banana-Shipping Money Launderers?|Jacqui Goddard|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“The problem is, some on both sides are using outdated science, some from decades ago,” Stafford continued.
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.
Stafford ceased speaking and sat still, observing the other with narrowed eyes.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
Hastily summoning Mrs. Stafford the men adjourned to Hall's rooms.Harry Blount, the Detective|T. J. Flanagan
From these two marriages sprang the houses of Lancaster and Stafford.
Do, pray let us go and listen—I long of all things to know what my aunt Stafford can have to say to that sly-looking Colonel.'Emmeline|Charlotte Turner Smith
Stafford was taken at a village in Brentmarsh, carried to Bridgewater, and executed.The Wars of the Roses|John G. Edgar
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Word Origin and History for stafford
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.