courier

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courier

One who smuggles contraband, usually drugs, into a particular place. I don't want you running these drugs from Mexico—we'll have a courier do it.

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.
References in classic literature ?
"That is why I have become a Futurist--and a courier."
He seems to me much more inexplicable as a brigand even than he was as a courier."
In the morning, when he went to call at Rostopchin's he met there a courier fresh from the army, an acquaintance of his own, who often danced at Moscow balls.
Here are our two women, and Pa's valet, and a footman, and a courier, and all sorts of dependents, and yet in the midst of these, we are to have one of ourselves rushing about with tumblers of cold water, like a menial!
I said that the trouble, delay, and inconvenience of traveling with a courier were balanced by the deep respect which a courier's presence commands, and I must insist that as much style be thrown into my journeys as possible.
A courier came in about eight o'clock as Francois brought in the fifth bottle, and, although the courier made a great noise, Baisemeaux heard nothing.
"Yes, monsieur, yes; but a courier has just arrived."
"Well," he said, "I am not a courier, and yet she was very charming to me."
"Okami HD's" Amaterasu could be introduced to "Dota 2" as a courier, but Capcom first needs the support of fans to make this happen.
Can we imagine what would be our world without a courier service?
The courier can then use just one text to get their delivery system in motion, instead of the current method of staff sending text reminders and recipients endlessly waiting to get a telephone call answered other than by a courier's answering machine.
The courier service also provides online ordering and business accounts so that companies and organizations can schedule pickups and pay for their orders online, without the hassle of going to the post office, or handling packages through a courier service on a piece by piece basis.
A courier's efficiency in delivering safely packaged specimens in an appropriately maintained environment is the first step to success in customer service.
Within two months, the 42-year-old entrepreneur was heading up a courier service that was pulling in $20,000 a month in revenues.
As a courier delivery service in the Rye Brook, NY, area, US Messenger Service wanted to make it as effortless as possible for local business offices and medical facilities to find them in Internet searches, and working with PG does just that.