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bagman

(ˈbægmæn)
1. n. a tramp. Two old bagmen wandered slowly down the lane.
2. n. a drug dealer. (Drugs.) Sam was a bagman for a well-known dealer for a while.
3. n. any racketeer. Some bagman from the mob was pulled out of the river yesterday.
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As Bagman, Joe will visit schools and libraries to highlight the initiative, which has received a pounds 50,000 National Assembly grant.
Shot on location, picture exactly captures the feel of Neukoelln, with its weird denizens (Michael's bagman errands are highly atmospheric vignettes on their own) and mixed, German-ethnic population, without turning into a noirish drama.
Eighteen meetings were held, mostly with periods of instruction as well as public shows, and in those days the bagman made all the arrangements; he kept a log of the meetings, and this has been published by the Ring with a foreword by Walter.
All the other Democrats--among them Boxer, Daschle, Dodd, Feinstein, Harkin, Kennedy, Kerrey, Kerry, Leahy, Levin, Mikulski, Moseley-Braun, Moynihan, and Murray--came to rescue the bagman of international capital.
The bagman knew Horton was a respected CIA veteran, a former Mexican station chief who had been called back from an eight-year retirement to take over the controversial post of National Intelligence Officer (NIO) for Latin America on the elite inter-agency panel that turned out the intelligence community's top-secret surveys known as Estimates.
The Liberal Party (LP) is only 'afraid of its own ghost' after accusing the Duterte administration as behind the testimony of self-confessed bagman Ricky Serenio implicating LP stalwarts in the illegal drug trade.
Fitzgerald's sacking, which McIlroy is expected to confirm on his arrival at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, comes barely a week after he publicly thanked his bagman for jolting him into gear when he made a poor start to the British Open.
DANNY WILLETT was upstaged by his caddie as the bagman got to swing his own clubs to win the team event at Dunhill Links.
Bagman for White Rose Morris Men, Andrew Titley, said they'd had a fabulous weekend.
Early on the morning of the second day regular bagman John McLaren received a call from his wife telling him she had gone into labour with his first child.
Woods is 11-1 second favourite to lift the trophy with Adam Scott and his loudmouth bagman Williams 8-1 market leader in a tournament which bookies expected to revolve around the big two.
Mann, 21, works full-time as a bagman at the venue for next month's Open Championship and caddied for former Claret Jug winner Tom Weiskopf last week.
Bagman was a big hit among children who turned up to the launch of a campaign to stop people wasting carrier bags.
NAOMI Campbell has apologised to New York cop John Fitzgerald - who's been nick-named The Bagman - after she forced him to carry her handbag while she supposedly cleaned floors and toilets as part of her community service.