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verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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Roddy said Proctor never hesitated about work intruding into her personal life while giving birth to her first child.
The Reed Administration has made revitalizing Proctor Creek and its surrounding area a top priority.
Since my company is small I wear many hats," Proctor shared.
He states Mr Proctor abused him on a number of occasions which included sexual assault, buggery and torturous assault.
Proctor said: "If we create chances, Jermain Defoe will score goals.
Richard Baxter said: "Very shocked and saddened to hear of the death of colleague and friend Mike Proctor, may he rest in peace.
Proctors must also steel themselves; some students can't resist exposing themselves to the person on the other end of the videoconference.
Proctor, returning from a spell on the sidelines because of illness, ran 22min 51sec while Cole was eighth overall in 20-14.
The last service saw Mr Proctor revving up his classic 1963 Triumph Tiger and heading to the Parkway Centre.
Consequently, Debora Proctor devised a third method to address the challenges facing her and her family.
Sex offender Adrian Proctor, 33, put an "Out of order" sign over the door of the toilets in McDonald's on Cardiff's Queen Street while he removed panels to make his voyeurism possible.