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proctor

noun as in appointee

noun as in supervisor

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The company has also partnered with organizations like Mercedes-Benz, Proctor & Gamble and NASA, which want to use Twelve’s carbon transformation technology to reduce emissions by making products and fuels that are normally made from petroleum.

Each traveler could take the test along with a telehealth proctor daily for 5 days, with reported results.

From Time

Proctor & Gamble, HP and Salesforce joined Monday, while Microsoft and Unilever signed on last December.

Later, scrutiny of the written portion of the contest revealed that a proctor had offered the wrong definition of the word “capitol.”

From Time

Accenture employees can pay $5 an hour—the company covers 75% of the cost—for their children to follow remote learning curriculums in a small group supervised by a proctor.

From Fortune

“Blackness is another issue entirely apart from class in America,” Proctor said.

His ex-wife and high school sweetheart, Evelyn, told the Associated Press that Proctor was “a very loving, caring, gentle person.”

Standardized Testing Proctor on The Simpsons January 13, 2013.

Harper guest-stars on The Simpsons as a standardized testing proctor.

Here she is being promoted on Twitter by Proctor & Gamble, one of her many sponsors.

For all the effort General Proctor made to prevent it, a terrible massacre might have followed this victory.

On discovering that General Proctor was present, Tecumseh demanded impatiently why he had not interfered to prevent the massacre.

Harrison was advancing with a land force to take these towns and General Proctor was eager to get out of his way.

A runner has just come in from the General warning me Proctor and Tecumsch are turning their attention this way.

"Fleming Proctor shot himself last night," she announced, calmly.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proctor, such as: agent, delegate, minister, representative, and supervisor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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