One that procures: a procurer of free tickets to concerts. (noun)
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Use "procurer" in a sentence
"Mainstream media: killing the past p2pnet news view Freedom | P2P: - Because everyone with an online account has the potential to become his or her own news and information procurer and disseminator, “the corporate press corpse is panicking, trying to figure out a way to stay relevant,” I said in a post on Saturday."
"In a report for the case, Mr. Dalzell said young Americans define a pimp as "an alluring, charming ladies' man," not "a procurer of prostitutes.""
"Witness the current status of Palin, the right-wing's best procurer of unhappy wing nuts."