Sometimes a dealer will suddenly insist on changing the venue of a deal, leaving a U.C. without any backup in the area.
Panagopulos would say only that the writings were offered to him by a dealer.
The police arrive and Robert stands proud, only to discover his dealer is already free on bail and he is charged with possession.
The quality of pot that dealer would bring around would never have had so many seeds in it.
Her mobile home was returned to the dealer; her Toyota was worth less than she owed on it.
dealer selling schemes based on points have also been found helpful in promoting sales.
No, I'll stay right in the game, but I am going to watch the dealer.
He replied that he resided on the French Broad, and was a dealer in ginseng.
Most probably the second supposition was the correct one—he was a dealer in hog-meat.
He was therefore apprenticed to an importer of British goods and a dealer in everything, at Salem, on October 14, 1766.
Old English dælere "divider, distributor; agent, negotiator," agent noun from deal (v.). Meaning "player who passes out the cards in a game" is from c.1600; meaning "one who deals in merchandise" is from 1610s. Illegal drug sense is recorded by 1920.