government agent

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Noun1.government agent - a representative or official of a government or administrative department of a governmentgovernment agent - a representative or official of a government or administrative department of a government
agent - a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations
FBI agent, G-man, government man - a special law-enforcement agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
revenuer - a government agent responsible for collecting revenue (especially one responsible for stopping bootlegging)
T-man - a special law-enforcement agent of the United States Treasury
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of M., and every government agent was on the alert.
"She carried five white men besides a government agent. The captain, the agent, and the supercargo were ashore in the two boats.
Buck heard the chaffering, saw the money pass between the man and the Government agent, and knew that the Scotch half-breed and the mail-train drivers were passing out of his life on the heels of Perrault and Francois and the others who had gone before.
The Ptor brothers had given me explicit directions for reaching the point of the city where I could find living accommodations and be near the offices of the government agents to whom they had given me letters.
WHILE Brit actress Marsha Thomason (right) waits for a big movie role in the US, she's been filming slick American crime drama White Collar, in which she plays a gay government agent.
All he wants to do is be mates, but a corrupt government agent has other plans for the visitor.
The Destructors BBC2, 1.25pm A GOVERNMENT agent is assigned to track down a stolen cache of rubies able to power a deadly laser gun.
A young boy makes friends with a giant alien robot, but a paranoid US government agent wants to destroy it.
Charles, the Government Agent of Vavuniya, who allocated the needed land for this project.
Unable to resist her obvious charms, Frank travels with Elise to Paris and then on to Vince, embarking on a whirlwind romance that thrusts both of them into the midst of a deadly game of cat and mouse with government agent Acheson (Paul Bettany) and underworld kingpin Reginald Shaw (Steven Berkoff).
But soon they have a government agent on their tails.
Notorious Canadian racist Grant Bristow has now corroborated publicly what THE NEW AMERICAN reported years ago: that he was a paid government agent provocateur, whose vicious diatribes and violent behavior were used to demonize conservatives and pro-lifers and to justify passage of oppressive "hate crimes" legislation.

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