Bag Man


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Bag Man

Informal; pejorative.

1. A person who collects funds on behalf of a political candidate or organization. Campaign finance laws limit the amount of funds a bag man may collect from one person or interest group.

2. A person who collects funds on behalf of a family or other unit of organized crime in exchange for protection. The bag man may also pay bribes to government officials.

3. An IRS agent.
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Top bag man Tom was fishing two CDCs with a buzzer in the middle and caught his fish in the cages and the east of Inchmahome.
Bag man McLean called the clubs for Colin Montgomerie when the Scott emerged from the pack on the final day in February last year.
BACK IN THE GOAL ROUTINE: This is the image of Don Hutchison celebrating for Scotland that Berti Vogts is keen to see; IN THE BAG: one time bag man Kyle
But his bag man Damon Green insisted he is a different animal on the golf course after his dogged, determined style saw him bring home a second Major.
20 in the bag Man United can now set their sights on Wednesday and the game the world is waiting for.
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But Gre dg But his bag man Damon Green insisted he is a different animal on the golf course after his dogged, determined style saw him bring home a second Major.
LUKE DONALD was left without a caddie when his regular bag man made a frantic dawn dash to be at the birth of his first child.
The Troon star admitted he was flooded with offers from people desperate to be his new bag man - and some weren't even from professional caddies.
The Spaniard and bag man Alastair McLean went their separate ways after a successful year-and-a-half that saw Quiros challenge for a Ryder Cup slot.
And Welsh wizard Woosie handed the credit for his sizzling 65 to the incredible putting lines he was given by stand-in bag man Dermot Byrne.