His fixer, who Barfi said was affiliated with the Islamist Tawhid brigade, was set free 15 days later.
And one of them sometimes says she will be a fixer, like Dad, when she grows up.
Did Heywood act as a fixer—or, as some Chinese Netizens put it, a “nanny”—for the Bo clan?
Back in Kilis, the Syrian fixer who arranged the tour of al-Bab for Smith, Alencar, and Mousa still laughs about it today.
Not that the rebels ever intended to let them fight, as the whole trip was arranged by the fixer as an expensive tour.
“Oh, this ‘fixer’ will move it back in his trucks for a neat sum,” said Eleanor.
Sometimes he had to call in a “fixer” to manufacture evidence, that the far-off ends of justice might not be defeated.
By using such a fixer, the value of the resulting manure would be much enhanced.
He sauntered out leisurely; he did not saunter out of the main door, or, if he did, the fixer failed to meet him.
Tu ne seras pas tonn, mon ami, aprs une telle comparaison, que je me sois dcid me fixer ici.
A person who arranges shady and illegal affairs: He's a fixer you have to see if you want to open a gambling hall (1889+)