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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Chaffers represented himself and cross-examined Lady Twiss for two days.
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Chaffers said the new facilities replicate factory conditions.
They are probably by Richard Chaffers, of Liverpool.
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A: "Get an answer from a labor attorney licensed to practice in your state," says Michael Chaffers senior consultant at Thoughtbridge, a negotiations consulting firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The most famous of all the Liverpool potters was Richard Chaffers, who was apprenticed to Thomas Shaw.
They were asked to put a freeze on all new financial commitments and put a series of projects on hold, including fixing library roofs, the Crosby Coastal Park and the Chaffers playing field pavilion.