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bagman

1. A vagrant. Yeah, that guy's a bagman, so you'll see him a lot on these streets.
2. One who is involved in an illegal business. I wouldn't trust him—I hear he's a bagman with some dangerous business practices.
3. One who sells illegal drugs. I can't believe you're a bagman now, selling drugs to innocent children.

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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Speaking of bagmen, I'm still looking for work hoping to have something sorted out by the end of the week.
The pair of bagmen were also arrested in a hotel just moments later.
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.
'We can see the incomes of several customs officials,' Lacson said, pointing out that during the Senate blue ribbon committee inquiry into the controversy, 'fixer' Mark Taguba named BOC officers and bagmen he bribed, but 'did not spill all the beans.'
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.
But he's not too old to have a pop at the younger bagmen.
In his testimony on the last day of the House of Representatives justice committee inquiry into the proliferation of drugs at the NBP, Reynante Delima Diaz said he delivered P3 million monthly from Colanggo to De Lima through her alleged bagmen Ronnie Dayan and Jonel Sanchez from Oct.
It means eight of Europe's successful Ryder Cup team have swapped, sacked or been sacked by bagmen since September.
In the complaint, Ating Koop, represented by Sibayan Lumbos and Associates Law Office, included Lico's alleged coconspirators who acted either as "bagmen or facilitators" for kickbacks from projects funded by Lico's Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) or pork barrel when he served in the 15th Congress.