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1. a member of the teaching staff of any of certain universities having the duties of enforcing discipline
2. US (in a college or university) a supervisor or monitor who invigilates examinations, enforces discipline, etc.
3. (formerly) an agent, esp one engaged to conduct another's case in a court
4. (formerly) an agent employed to collect tithes
5. Church of England one of the elected representatives of the clergy in Convocation and the General Synod
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Miraj ul Islam Zia presented the vision and role of staff proctors on campus.
Proctor stayed home with her children and ran a part-time day-care service out of her house.
Proctor soon found herself helping out, both at the insurance company and at her husband's law practice.
Antonio Propinos, the founder of the Proctor family, was born a slave in San Domingo about 1743 and became the property of a British officer.
Proctor struggled to meet his debt obligations, but finally in 1849 left his family in Florida and headed for the California gold fields.
As leading brands in small kitchen electrics, Hamilton Beach and Proctor Silex are among the most recognized names in housewares appliances.
This license deal joins two industry leaders in the development of high-quality microwave ovens which is a logical extension and further expands the Hamilton Beach and Proctor Silex footprint and authority in the kitchen.
Through this partnership, the same high quality, dependability and consumer-inspired innovation consumers expect from our brands will soon be available in these new lines of Hamilton Beach(R) and Proctor Silex(R) brand cookware and kitchen gadgets.
The Hamilton Beach(TM) and Proctor Silex(TM) branded bakeware and bakeware accessories will initially be sold through the mass, specialty, and warehouse channels.