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courier

n. a small-time drug seller; a drug runner; a carrier of contraband. (Drugs.) The cops can catch the couriers whenever they want. It’s the big guys they’re after.
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Mother's afraid to leave him alone, and the courier won't stay with him; so we haven't been to many places.
The courier stood looking at Winterbourne offensively.
A courier came in about eight o'clock as Francois brought in the fifth bottle, and, although the courier made a great noise, Baisemeaux heard nothing.
some courier or other," replied the governor, redoubling his attention to the passing bottle.
You know where my courier lives when he is in London?
The courier is to come here without fail to-morrow morning--in time for the tidal train to Paris.
The postilions, with a thousand gossamer gnats circling about them in lieu of the Furies, quietly mended the points to the lashes of their whips; the valet walked by the horses; the courier was audible, trotting on ahead into the dun distance.
Miss Harrogate was specially radiant and ready for conversation on this occasion; and her family had fallen into the easier Continental habit, allowing the stranger Muscari and even the courier Ezza to share their table and their talk.
It is perfectly safe," said the courier contemptuously.
Ferrari was engaged, for six months certain, as Lord Montbarry's courier.
Nothing was wanting to complete the picture but an announcement in the next sentence, presenting the courier as carried away, in his turn, by the insatiate passion for play.
They drank to the earth and to her satellite, to the Gun Club, the Union, the Moon, Diana, Phoebe, Selene, the "peaceful courier of the night
Anna looked out of the window and saw Alexey Alexandrovitch's courier on the steps, ringing at the front door bell.
The courier had orders to wait for an answer," he said.
It also shone on the courier of the Dorrit family, making tea for his party from a supply he had brought up with him, together with several other small stores which were chiefly laid in for the use of the strong body of inconvenience.