contact man

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contact man

n
an intermediary or go-between
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Igbigbi said besides the N370, 000 and other miscellaneous payments allegedly made to Magistrate Moeteke, she also bought packing shirts and suits for him (Magistrate) through his contact man who regularly called her on phone to verify the payment to strike out a case she ordinarily would have won for lack of evidence.
* He is the contact man for Anil Kumar Gupta, the joint secretary of RAW, and his other operatives in Pakistan
The new UN contact man for Libya, Bernardino Leon, arrived in Tobruk to discuss with lawmakers a political solution to the crisis arising from two competing parliaments and governments.
The fact that Moslehi is the contact man suggests the further sidelining of President Ahmadinejad when it comes to core policy issues.
The Afghan authorities recorded his further conversations with ISI contact man Haji Ayub, but when Afghan security was close to arresting the latter, he gave them the slip.
For Nick Clegg: chief of staff Danny Alexander is the key figure in deciding the strategy, whi le shadow home af fairs spokesman Chris Huhne is the contact man with the other parties.
During the making of his film, Mr Goldberg attempted to contact Man United, the Premier League and the FA, to no avail.
Two terror group members and a contact man, whose job was to aid Salah in crossing the border and detonating the explosives, met him.
In the 1730s, Franklin's newspaper, the Philadelphia Gazette, carried advertisements for black slaves, and he himself apparently participated in the slave trade, acting at the very least as the contact man for buyers and sellers.
He has been John Paul II's contact man with other religions, particularly Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists.
Derek was very much a contact man who touched the lives of countless people both at home and abroad and it was no surprise that the church in Kilcullen, County Kildare, was overflowing at his funeral.