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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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FedEx Express is the courier industry's global leader, providing rapid, reliable, time-definite delivery to more than 220 countries and territories, connecting markets that comprise more than 90 per cent of the world's gross domestic product.
The firm has a fleet of 50 passenger cars and couriers and more than 600 corporate accounts ranging from well-known fashion brands to financial institutions.
Log on to the courier website and it wants a password before the bank card recipient can contact the courier's customer service or register a complaint.
Customers registering this month with Lifestyle Couriers will be sent a free pack of these new A4 Labels.
TECHNOLOGY is speeding up deliveries by Cardiff Cycle Couriers, which is introducing a web-based communications system for its 500 city clients.
Whether you direct your own laboratory courier service or outsource to a commercial company, the courier needs to understand he is an important part of the healthcare team.
According to the Post and Courier, before leaving the military, Donehue served in the Marine Corps Reserve, the Army Reserve, the Coast Guard Reserve, and the Naval Reserve.
Dealing strictly with commercial companies--such as law firms and power companies--and United Parcel Service's freight division, Road One, a regional courier service nature, is able to ship nationally.
But Green - and his company's longtime clients - insist that Enterprise Courier provides a family-owned attention to detail with which the national chains cannot compete.
In the early 1960s the Swiss type designer Adrian Frutiger created Courier New for the I.
Yet this claim is weakened by his acknowledgment that the writer used the Brooks pen name as early as 1928 and that many of the same anti-colonial sentiments that characterize the Black Empire novels appear in columns bearing Schuyler's name from the period when the novels were running in the Courier.
Northern Ontario's courier firm managers agree that, like many other businesses, the courier industry is struggling to adapt to the recession and economic change.
Courier Corporation (NASDAQ:CRRC) today announced that it plans to host a second quarter fiscal 2011 conference call on Thursday, April 21, 2011, at 2:30 p.
28 January 2015 - US-based book manufacturing, publishing and content management company Courier Corp.
Eagle Technosy will be introducing new Courier Tracking Software Version 4.