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a racketeer assigned to collect or distribute payoff money

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He is so keen on being Gerrard's bag man he has not taken a long hard look at the club he wants to join.
When Clive Woodward was head coach he was in total charge and appointed everyone, even the bag man," he said.
Teamship is a bond that you have and it's vital you are trustworthy to everybody and to me the bag man is as important within a team as the chief executive, to the head coach, the goal-kickers and everybody.
It is amazing to think that this once formidable fighting force of men and women, one which by now was supposed to have been pounding the streets in order to secure a fourth term for the Labour Party, now finds itself so demoralised that they have to be coerced into worshipping Gordon Brown by his bag man.
Monty is now working with another Scottish caddy, Paul Casey's (left) former bag man Craig Connelly, who has breathed new life into his game.
EUROPEAN Tour caddy Steve Brotherhood showed he's more than just a bag man when carrying off the Kenilworth Classic title.
When Mack is a teen, he is able to see things that others don't and follows Puck (known as the Bag Man in our world) into the realm of the Fairies.
Kidderminster's Nick Hunter answered the call from the American, who left his own bag man in the States as he was forced to go through qualifying for The Open.
The provision, no surprise, was championed by the business lobby and supported by Bill Thomas, the corporate bag man who chairs the House Ways and Means Committee.
And then there's the bottom-feeding administration bag man, Al "No Controlling Legal Authority" Gore, who never missed a chance to finger his capo as "da greatest I eva' seen.
The employees describe this scandal, which is currently under federal investigation, as only one part of a campaign which has "systematically dismantled [the state's] enforcement program to the direct detriment of public health" One of the many examples they provide: A chemical manufacturer whose executives were also Rowland campaign contributors caused a toxic spill which killed 12,000 fish, but paid no fine, thanks to a back room deal with the governor's bag man.
A new mob boss just recruits a new bag man - Azuma's young partner - and the process continues.
The younger brother of a self-confessed bag man of an illegal drugs ring was shot dead in Purok Sampaguita 1, Barangay Singcang-Airport in Bacolod City.
ng And many in the galleries were cooing over the caddie of playing partner Adam Scott - Tiger Woods' former bag man, Steve Williams - rather than the bloke who arrived with the Claret Jug in his kit bag.