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Proctor(n.) One who is employed to manage to affairs ...
Proctor(n.) A person appointed to collect alms for those ...
Proctor(n.) An officer employed in admiralty and ecclesiastical causes. ...
Proctor(n.) A representative of the clergy in convocation. ...
Proctor(n.) An officer in a university or college whose ...
Proctor(v. t.) To act as a proctor toward; to ...
Proctorage(n.) Management by a proctor, or as by a ...
Proctorial(a.) Of or pertaining to a proctor, esp. an ...
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Proctorship(n.) The office or dignity of a proctor; also, ...
 
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