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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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Arnold and his bagmen have run up debts with the kind of zeros usually associated with astronomy.
The pair of bagmen were also arrested in a hotel just moments later.
Maybe he should one day follow the lead of Dave Musgrove and Ian Wright, two bagmen who penned works on the joys of working with Sandy Lyle and Severiano Ballesteros respectively, and write a book.
For such pragmatic hardcore liberals, as well as the southern Democrats and corporate bagmen, Clinton proved the ultimate political vehicle.
Taxi stands, an idea of developer Bernard Mendik, provide order for waiting passengers who were previously easy marks to the former bagmen.
The clothing sponsor provided tops for the 58 bagmen with the name of their player and national flag on the back.
Since last September's Ryder Cup triumph, eight of Europe's successful team have swapped, sacked - or been sacked by - their bagmen.
Why, the next thing you know, we'll start cutting Congressional staffs, and they'll have to act as their own bagmen.
So there was never any gloating or poking fun when the USA were getting spanked by record margins in the last two Ryder Cups - because the bagmen knew the stakes were too high for laughing.
But he's not too old to have a pop at the younger bagmen.
The Westwood-Coleman partnership for the Diageo Championships brings to eight the members of Europe's Ryder Cup-winning team to have swapped or sacked bagmen since last September.