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CHAFFERS. Anciently signified wares and merchandise; hence the word chaffering, which is yet used for buying and selling, or beating down the price of an article. The word is used in stat. 3 Ed. III. c. 4.

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The center has highly trained and experienced engineers and technicians who are here to help customers find the right solution for their optical sorting needs," said Chaffers.
64) Chaffers and Rainey made the selection of objects--over four thousand of them--and the well known Bath bookseller Gregory assisted with the selection of books from the library.
In 1887, Chaffers prepared the first, typically brief, catalogue of the whole collection.
Chaffers will focus initially on issues related to global prosperity and sustainable development.
Chaffers worked in New York as an associate producer at CNN and, before that, at ABC News.
For the sixth successive year, the school clinched the overall team title at the Crosby and District Junior Schools Cross-Country Championships at Chaffers.
At Chaffers in the team events, St Edmond's finished as year six boys' champions.
TODD BARRON pulled off four penalty shoot-out saves to give Forefield Rangers the Under-7 Gap Plant & Tool Hire Cup at Chaffers Playing Fields.
IT'Sa big weekend for clubs in the Bootle, Litherland and Netherton Junior League with seven finals taking place at the Chaffers Playing Fields,Crosby,on Sunday.
They are - left to right - Mr Dawson,Roy Pimlett,Kenny Houghton,Gordon Robinson, Campbell, Moran,George Chaffers,Jimmy Gillespie,Fred Bradshaw,Arnold Caine,Roy Clements,Norman Harrison,Roy Clayton,Laddy Anderson, Alec Hughes and Malcolm Duncan.
CROSBY LINE-UP: Greelies, who play in the First Division of the Crosby Sunday League, are pictured before a recent game at Chaffers Sports Ground Picture: EDDIE BARFORD
AN athletics coach is backing Bootle FC's plans to build a new stadium at Chaffers playing fields in Waterloo.