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tipster

n. someone who gives special information; an informer. We got this from a tipster who has usually proven reliable in the past.
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The reward money was given to the tipster on May 10 by Brig.
Disclosures that could reveal the identity of a tipster will be isolated from other NEB databases- protecting the information along with the identity of those who submitted them.
He wasn't a prince really but I suppose you could say he was the prince of tipsters.
The Sun's flagship tipster Templegate leapfrogged Stevie Roden (Nottingham Evening Post) and the Racing Post's North correspondent Colin Russell to take a slender advantage yesterday.
TWAS the first day at Cheltenham and all through the town absolute panicked chaos broke out when one merry tipster proclaimed: "If you like the name, back it".
If the case is cleared by arrest or results in the recovery of stolen goods or drugs, the tipster receives a reward.
Price spent nearly pounds 750,000 on three tipsters - half a million going to two advisers in Brighton and another pounds 215,000 on an unknown third tipster.
Employees of Trinity Mirror and Ladbrokes, journalists and professional tipsters are not eligible for entry.
DANIEL Perrin of Bath joins David Williams of Worcester in the top slot after the second week of our super King of the Tipsters competition.
9-million reward money to two tipsters that gave information leading to the neutralization of Abu Sayyaf members.
LEADING bookmakers Ladbrokes have teamed up with Racing Post over the four-day St Leger meeting at Doncaster and offered Racing Post tipsters the opportunity to raise some well-earned cash in support of Prostate Cancer UK.
We'd never send cash to racing tipsters who send junk mail.
As it was the last day of the season, most tipsters in with a chance went for runners in the Grand National - but only three found the winner.
HUMAN tipsters may become a thing of the past if a computer program that predicts sports results continues its good form.