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pusher

1. Informal a person who sells illegal drugs, esp narcotics such as heroin and morphine
2. 
a. a type of aircraft propeller placed behind the engine
b. a type of aircraft using such a propeller
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a) Exemption from basic customs duty and additional duty of customs (CVD) on all raw material and parts for manufacturing of ships/vessels/tugs and pusher craft etc, subject to the condition that such manufacturing takes place in a custom bounded warehouse under the provisions of Section 65 of the Customs Act, 1962.
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These dedicated snow pushers offer aggregates producers an alternative to buckets and traditional windrow plowing for providing winter maintenance of parking lots, haul roads and roadways.
As a positive plug or pusher with negative tooling, syntactic foam is used to pre-stretch the polymer sheet to provide better material distribution and eliminate thin spots and webbing while providing an opportunity to downgauge the starting sheet thickness.
The three winners--the Vultee XP-54 Swoose Goose, Curtiss-Wright XP-55 Ascender, and Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet--featured the unconventional pusher design, which placed the engine in the back.
Coin Pusher Mafia' is a smartphone application that is ideally suited to our 'GAMEWAVE' social gaming platform for smartphones," says Shinichi Saijo, President & CEO, CyberAgent America, Inc.
Hideously violent, Pusher tells the story of Salim (played by director/writer Assad Raja), a low-level Asian drug dealer on the streets of London.
The team arrested a drug pusher Muhamamd Ayaz alias Ghulab Khan s/o Amir Zadah from Factory Area when he was taking drugs in a rickshaw near the Packages factory.
He said: "I had to find a way of getting the clean air supply through to the front of the Pusher to create a vortex of swirling air that holds the bottle in place and spins them through 90 degrees onto a conveyer belt.
In the two sequels, With Blood On My Hands: Pusher II and Pusher 3 aka I'm The Angel Of Death, the story focuses on skinhead Tonny (Mads Mikkelsen) and then gangland boss Milo (Zlatko Buric), whose lives are drenched in the blood of their victims.
Smack, crack and pills were also being offered by a pusher from Oldham, and tablets by a dealer who'd travelled from Liverpool.
Much of the counter-narcotics propaganda generated by the Office of National Drug Control Policy focuses on the stereo-typical schoolyard drug pusher, usually portrayed as a grimy adult or a bullying older youth.