courier courier  /ˈkɜ ri ər/


  • (n) a person who carries a message


  1. From there, his fiery anti-western sermon was either hand-delivered by a courier to al Jazeera's main headquarters in Doha, Qatar, or else sent via the Internet.
  2. Another reason we'll probably never catch the Quds force red-handed is that it communicates sensitive information by courier.
  3. Fortunately he had sent his previous day's film across the border by courier and saved these exclusive photographs.


  1. This week's Times & Courier, June 13 edition

    This week's Times & Courier is available on newstands. In this week's print edition you'll find:
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Lancaster Times & Clinton Courier

  2. The Courier-Journal and WHAS-TV would be 'independent entities' as parent companies merge

    Gannett Co. Inc., owner of The Courier-Journal, plans to buy WHAS-TV's parent company in a $2.2 billion deal, but will keep the two Louisville outlets largely separate to accommodate federal media ownership rules.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Louisville Courier-Journal

  3. Post and Courier launching new section focused on South

    A new look is coming Sunday. The Post and Courier will launch a daily newspaper section focused on news and analysis from across the South. The new section is part of a renewed focus to deliver to our readers the best local, state and regional news, in print and online.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Post and Courier

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