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body packer

a person who transports illicit drugs by concealment in body cavities.
A person who ingests pouches or packs of cocaine to transport it; a living vehicle used to smuggle illicit drugs, who may carry the abuse substance inside, as would a body packer, or in his/her luggage

body packer

A slang term for a person who smuggles narcotics in the intestines, usually contained in condoms. This is a dangerous trade with a high mortality from poisoning.
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FedEx Express is the courier industry's global leader, providing rapid, reliable, time-definite delivery to more than 220 countries and territories, connecting markets that comprise more than 90 per cent of the world's gross domestic product.
The firm has a fleet of 50 passenger cars and couriers and more than 600 corporate accounts ranging from well-known fashion brands to financial institutions.
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Advertiser, before moving to the News and Courier in 1956.
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But Green - and his company's longtime clients - insist that Enterprise Courier provides a family-owned attention to detail with which the national chains cannot compete.
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Yet this claim is weakened by his acknowledgment that the writer used the Brooks pen name as early as 1928 and that many of the same anti-colonial sentiments that characterize the Black Empire novels appear in columns bearing Schuyler's name from the period when the novels were running in the Courier.
The principal difficulty affecting the industry today is the economic downturn, according to Kal Tobias, the president of the Canadian Courier Association.