- Drug runners
- Mules (Drug couriers)
- found: Green, P. Drug couriers, 1996: cover (book "combines scholarly accounts of the role of the courier in the illegal drug trade")
- found: Legal prob. in airport interception of domestic drug couriers, 1980.
- found: Drug couriers, offenders or victims in the war on drugs, 1993.
- found: LC database, Jan. 27, 1997 (drug runners)
- found: Trains, Nov. 1995: v. 55, no. 11 (The cocaine train : drug couriers have made Amtrack's ...)
- found: Web. 3: Courier (A runner of contraband or illicit material)
- found: US news and world rep., May 7, 1990: p. 13-14 (Drug airspace? over the horizon radar to be used for stopping drug couriers ...)
- found: Random House: Mule 5. (Slang, a person paid to transport contraband, esp. drugs for a smuggler)
- 2005-02-25: new
- 2005-04-18: revised
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