henchman


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one who supports and adheres to another

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someone who assists in a plot

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Beyond this trio, there are many other henchman wannabes who are serving as ministers, secretaries and advisers, all of whom help fulfill tasks given to them by key ringleaders.
Lynn Henchman is internationally renowned for her lofty and extensive design work from Europe to Asia.
Iraq on Monday executed Ali Hassan al-Majeed, the Saddam Hussein henchman widely known as "Chemical Ali", for crimes against humanity, government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said.
Secondly, Sadie's trusty henchman, Cain, is about to resign having found out she paid to have his child aborted.
Hindu groups supporting BJP sponsored advertisements in several local daily newspapers that portrayed a bishop forcibly converting a "tribal person" (as some indigenous people are labeled) as a henchman kept watch on a cage holding other tribal people to be baptized "on orders of the Pope.
FORMER Plaid Cymru president Dafydd Wigley is a blood relative of Murray the Hump, a gangster henchman of Al Capone who specialised in blackmail, extortion, racketeering and murder.
No trace of Saddam Hussein's top henchman - real name Ali Hassan al-Majid - was found and of the 10 family members who died, several were children.
Nobel-prizewinning novelist Gunther Grass has likened the show's creator to a modern-day Mengele, Hitler's Frankensteinian henchman.
Much of the book is an episodic fabric of interwoven themes: the contest between the guilelessness of nature and the exigencies of "progress"; the integrity of village life versus the villainy of urban power politics; the rigid morality of orthodox religion (represented by Preacher Moncrieff) set against the humanism of Jamieson's warm-hearted, salty, Nietzsche-reading Grandma Hardiman (whose credo is "worldly pleasure is sacred"); and the virtue of those like the hobo Hammy contrasted with the unscrupulous Curley and his local henchman, Lawyer Kincaid.
A broadcast on Arab TV by a bin Laden henchman praised the New York hijack bombers and threatened similar hijackings.
This classic "lawyer joke" was uttered by "Dick the Butcher," a murderous henchman of Jack Cade, a petty criminal-turned-revolutionary.
RADIO Five Live's darling of the diatribe, Alan Green, is arguably the most persistent critic of referees and their henchman.
Aurangzeb casts Arjun both as a real estate don's henchman and his lookalike who is planted by the police in the henchman's place as an informer.
Chagga is nicked by Costa cops Lyons henchman in drug arrest From Page One cocaine and cannabis seized by cops on the Costa Blanca was destined for the Lyons mob and their Glasgow underworld empire.