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proctor

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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Proctor, a university graduate from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, qualified as a teacher and Ofsted inspector, and ran her own business preparing primary schools for government inspections.
IMA Chief Financial Officer Mike Benson has been hired to fill Proctor's former position.
Proctor for three years and that's it, that will be a failure for the board," Dowell said after the board's 6-0 vote Wednesday night on Proctor's $305,000-a-year deal.
With a growing family and increasing demand from work, Proctor believes that Prince William needs to find the right work and family life balance.
Staff let themselves into Mr Proctor's room, in Langland, Singleton Park Campus, where they found his body face down on the floor.
I am really excited and looking forward to it," Proctor said.
Proctor told a medical practitioners tribunal: "She wanted a piece of the pie.
"Folie a deux" recalls Proctor's visit to an elegant and unimaginative therapist who asks her to review her "life story." In response, Proctor produces a weepy memory of her high school graduation ceremony--an event of no great significance, she insists, except for the fact that no one in her family, not even her mother, bothered to attend, leaving Proctor red-robed, barefoot, and alone in the school parking lot, fenced in by other people's spectacular displays of love.
Combining a scholarly publication with a searchable online database, "The Best of Proctor's West" includes Fawn (first and second models), Stalking Panther (multiple variations), Arab Stallion, Indian Warrior (large and small versions), Moose, Elk, Q Street Buffalo, Buckaroo (multiple variations), Pursued (1914 and 1928 versions), Buffalo Hunt, and On the War Path.
On recommendation of the inquiry report, a show cause notice was issued to Proctor and Gamble Pakistan.
Proctor was speaking on his way to the FA Cup game between his team West Ham and Manchester United.
I have been in publishing since 2003," Proctor said, "and every year it gets harder to rise above the crowd."