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  • noun Plural form of druglord.

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Examples

  • Problem: you'll be ignoring the Russian mob, Latin druglords, and other members of organized crime whose name doesn't end in - ino.

    08/11/2005

  • In both countries, boxes and bags and even truckloads of cash, billions and billions of dollars of it, were flown in by the U.S. and Western allies and shoveled into the outstretched arms of politicians, tribal chiefs, warlords, druglords and even enemy combatants.

    Nick Mills: Afghanistan: It's in the Bag

  • We are leaving for Zee again on Saturday by Autobus, first class, from Zamora, different route same destination and don't have any expectations that the druglords will target us.

    Safety in Guerrero?

  • I heard today the U.S. military is assisting the Mexican military in their battle against the druglords.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Drone Warfare in House Subcommittee Hearing

  • We are leaving for Zee again on Saturday by Autobus, first class, from Zamora, different route same destination and don't have any expectations that the druglords will target us.

    Safety in Guerrero?

  • Obviously by "the people" she didn't mean the warlords, druglords, Taliban, their assorted footsoldiers, their followers, their families and so on.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • In both countries, boxes and bags and even truckloads of cash, billions and billions of dollars of it, were flown in by the U.S. and Western allies and shoveled into the outstretched arms of politicians, tribal chiefs, warlords, druglords and even enemy combatants.

    Nick Mills: Afghanistan: It's in the Bag

  • Joya was deeply critical of the Taliban, but also of the warlords and druglords sitting in the Afghan parliament today.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • I was going after Mexican druglords but people thought I was anti-marijuana.

    The 'Riffs Interview: New Pulitzer winner MARK FIORE drafts a path less traveled

  • In many ways Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, who the government says was killed during two days of shootouts between his gang and federal police in the western state of Michoacan, was the most bizarre of Mexico's druglords.

    Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, La Familia Drug Cartel Chief, Dead After Shootout, Mexico Says

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