proctor

[n] - someone who supervises (an examination)
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Proctor

Proc'tor noun [ Middle English proketour , contr. from procurator . See Procurator .] One who is employed to manage to affairs of another. Specifically: (a) A person appointed to collect alms for those who could not go out to beg for themselves, as lepers, the bedridden, etc...
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Proctor

Proc'tor transitive verb To act as a proctor toward; to manage as an attorney or agent. Bp. Warburton.
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proctor

noun someone who supervises (an examination)
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Proctor

• (n.) An officer employed in admiralty and ecclesiastical causes. He answers to an attorney at common law, or to a solicitor in equity. • (n.) An officer in a university or college whose duty it is to enforce obedience to the laws of the institution. • (v. t.) To act as a proctor toward; to manage as an attorney or agent. • (n....
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proctor

in English law, formerly a practitioner in ecclesiastical and admiralty courts, who performed duties similar to those of solicitors in ordinary ... [1 related articles]
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PROCTOR

See Professional Certification Testing Organization.
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Proctor

One appointed to represent in judgment the party who empowers him, by writing under his hand called a proxy. The term is used chiefly in the courts of civil and ecclesiastical law. The proctor is somewhat similar to the attorney.
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Proctor

1)A person who is given the right by another person or party in writing to act as his legal representative in court proceedings.He acts as an agent and has the right to perform all actions on behalf of his client. 2)An attorney/lawyer who deals in maritime law.
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proctor

n. 1) in admiralty (maritime) law, an attorney. 2) person who keeps order.
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Proctor

The Percival Proctor was a series of British two or three-seater radio and navigation trainer and communications aircraft used by the Royal Navy and Air Transport Auxiliary during the Second World War. The Percival Proctor was a low-wing cantilever monoplane made of wood with a fabric covering powered by a De Havilland Gipsyqueen II 6-cylinder inve...
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proctor

an officer of the court, paid a contracted salary to manage the affairs of others, answers to an attorney at common law, or to a solicitor.
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Proctor

[lunar crater] Proctor is the remnant of a lunar crater that is located to the southeast of the prominent crater Tycho. It lies just to the north of the huge walled plain Maginus. To the north is the crater Saussure and to the northwest, just to the east of Tycho, lies Pictet. Proctor is 52 kilometers in diameter and its walls are 1,300 met...
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Proctor

Proctor, a variant of the word procurator, is a person who takes charge of, or acts for, another. The word proctor is frequently used to describe someone who oversees an exam or dormitory. The title is used in England in three principal senses: ==Law== ===Historical legal officers=== A proctor was a legal practitioner in the ecclesiastical and adm...
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proctor

disciplinary officer at a college or university
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Proctor

A term in admiralty law, referring to a lawyer.
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Proctor

Someone who supervises students, etc., taking exams to prevent cheating. Also a person or agent employed to manage the affairs of another person
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