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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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The state government had started the Cleaner Lagos Initiative with the phasing out of cart pushers who collect garbage from individuals and take them to major dump sites dotting the state.
At least three suspected drug pushers, who are all in the police's drug watchlist, were arrested in three separate operations in Quezon province, authorities said on Wednesday.
1), more often, a cylinder-shaped stent pusher of which diameter is more than 7Fr would be hard to push into bile duct via papilla.
Dozer Fever - Coin Pusher Game is downloadable for free at Google Play.
We don't know what they told or did to the drug pusher but he was not seen again in the neighborhood.
The Doosan snow pusher design also features high-grade steel shoes and a 12-in.
Most industry observers view syntactic foam as a material to use as a positive plug or pusher with negative tooling.
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.
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.
Whatever I want to do, a sight pusher makes it fast, smooth and stress-free for me and my guns.
The Powered Duct Rod Pusher offers a mechanized method for working with General Machine Products Company's 1/2 inch duct rods.
The RP500 palletiser incorporates the same well-proven innovative bag gripper as the Compact Palletiser, comprising a grid to pick up the bag and a pneumatically actuated pusher to deposit the bag onto the layer on the pallet.