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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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As four of you left the room, you and Miss Harrogate went ahead, talking and laughing; the banker and the courier came behind, speaking sparely and rather low.
He was a strange figure as he stood there, for he had assumed a flapped fantastic hat and swinging baldric and cutlass in his capacity of bandit king, but the bright prosaic tweed of the courier showed through in patches all over him.
I am no more a genuine brigand than I am a genuine courier.
Eugenio's a splendid courier, but he can't make much impression on Randolph
The courier looked for a moment at Winterbourne--the latter thought he was smiling--and then, solemnly, with a bow, "As mademoiselle pleases
Ah, happily," said Winterbourne, "the courier stayed at home.
He waited for her in the large hall of the hotel, where the couriers, the servants, the foreign tourists, were lounging about and staring.
TCS (Tranzum Companies and Services) is a courier service, which started its operations in Pakistan in 1983, and the firm's tracking system is one of the most reliable and efficient in the country.
1 August 2016 - UK-based express delivery company Mach 1 Couriers Ltd has acquired UK-based delivery company Destination Courier Services Ltd (trading as Destinations Green), the company said.
The courier company concerned can't be bothered to ring my mobile number direct in order to confirm my address for delivery, with an agreed date and time frame.
For several firms, the process of selecting the correct courier can be time consuming, companies using a thermal printer can find themselves constantly loading and selecting labels.
Customers say calling Fleet Courier - insures your deliveries whether they are a single item or a truckload will be delivered on time and in superb condition.
PDAs were originally introduced by Priority Express Couriers, which acquired Cardiff Cycle Couriers last October, effectively linking it into a UK and worldwide network of courier services.
Courier service in the United States is a $59 billion industry, with 86% of the business shared by worldwide companies such as FedEx and UPS.
He then switched mediums and was sports director for radio station WTND, said the Post and Courier.