I wish you'd leave Staffer alone; I won't have him run down.
But it's awkward, because Staffer's really responsible for him.
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.
Then there was Elsie, whom Staffer had certainly treated well.
Staffer was Mrs. Woodhouse's brother, and Andrew pitied the quiet woman.
"I suppose this means you don't want to take him," Staffer suggested.
Staffer gave him a quick glance and Dick seemed to hesitate.
And Mr. Staffer sent ye off in his car to see if she was a' right?