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pusher

Drug slang
1. A person who sells drugs, especially the 'heavies'–eg, heroin.
2. A metal hanger or umbrella rod used to scrape residue in crack stems.
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The first involves a pusher application while the second shows the benefits of a full-size syntactic plug.
Well written and researched, American Secret Pusher Fighters of World War II reflects the author's mastery of the developmental history of these aircraft.
PUSHING BOUNDARIES North East student Adam Harrison with his innovative pusher system.
Our reporter halts and is quickly confronted by a Yardie pusher down from his usual patch in London.
A private pusher can't force children to take drugs by telling them that they will otherwise be torn from their families.
But like a dog's slobbering kiss, special pleading drips gooishly all over this attempt to show us that middle-class pushers are really no more criminal than you or I - even if they have sold a few bad hits in their careers and their associates shoot people.
A Philippine court on Thursday declared "invalid and Unconstitutional" a controversial Manila City ordinance allowing police and local officials to mark with spray paint houses of suspected drug pushers as part of a "shame campaign.
AceTorwel has been engineering and manufacturing high quality sanders, salters and pushers since 1946.
But although the pram pusher may pay the fare, there is certainly no charge for the child or the pram, despite the two/three seat requirement of this passenger and baggage.
Cable Pulling equipment, the Powered Duet Rod Pusher, the Sidewinder Pull & Assist Winch, and the Ramrod Trailer-Mounted Duct Rod Pusher.
The new and improved Power Pusher[R] pedestrian-operated, battery-powered pusher is designed to allow one person to move wheeled loads weighing up to 50,000 lbs up a five percent grade without forklifts or other more expensive ride-on equipment.