“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.”
Here she is being promoted on Twitter by proctor & Gamble, one of her many sponsors.
Defiantly, I handed back the answer key to the proctor and proceeded to take the exam on my own.
A proctor and several instructors had come down to the shed, and the situation had to be explained to them.
He ducked a proctor in a water-butt and the dons were very cross about it.
For a minute or so neither spoke, then proctor picked up his cap.
"Then you can get Mr. Tooke to tell you about Phil, if you want nothing else," said Mr. proctor.
Twilight was now setting in, when a strange man called at the proctor's and said he wished to speak with Mr. M'Carthy.
Mr. proctor came down this morning as Hugh was catching Harry in the passage.
late 14c., contraction of procurator (c.1300) "steward or manager of a household;" also "a provider" (see procurator). From late 14c. as "one who acts or speaks for another; spokesman, advocate;" early 15c. as "business manager or financial administrator of a church, college, holy order, etc."
1670s, from proctor (n.). Related: Proctored; proctoring.