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Spell check of staff

Correct spelling: staff

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Examples of usage:

1) Uncle Billy pointed with his pilgrim's staff. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) Here is a staff for you. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.

3) Shall I appear to them as one who after a short rest among them will suddenly take up his staff again, or as one who has changed his mind and is determined to remain. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.