staffman

staffman

(ˈstɑːfˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Surveying) Brit a person who holds the levelling staff when a survey is being made
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A rather tasty Cotes-du-Rhone Villages from family producers Skalli whose staffman Jean Philippe Trollet is the International Wine Challenge's Red Winemaker of the Year 2009.
Fellow midfielder Aron Gunnarsson took this shot after borrowing Telegraph staffman Joe Bailey's camera.
Hello my dear chap," he would say, to some weary staffman calling in from a farflung place, "how lovely to hear you.
Barclay's confirmed that a staffman was dismissed and later quizzed by police.
In an exciting game, the Cheshire batsmen struggled against some accurate bowling, especially from Northants county staffman Kevin Innes who took 2-20 off 10 overs.
Express & Star staffman Simon Penfold achieves a lifetime's ambition -acquiring a traditional beerfest felt hat, complete with feather.
Staffman Dave Charnley launched a daring rescue bid after spotting a terrified teenager screaming for help as her home was engulfed by choking smoke.
Though he had once "delighted in being an agent for history," he tells us that he is now haunted by "the thoughtlessness of my somewhat irresponsible adventure as a young White House staffman playing for a piece of history.
The visitors were bowled out for 156 despite solid contributions from current Warwickshire staffman Nick James and former Bear Tony Frost.
It was taken by Daily Post staffman Gerallt Radcliffe, The 32-year-old, from Amlwch, Anglesey, joined the Post three years ago.
Then the ex-Rover staffman turned freelancer sustains a Nasser 'Poppadom Fingers' Hussain-style injury playing cricket with his son.