What about people who had attempted to farm, but been stymied by their inability to procure government loans?
Young described how he was ordered to procure a special cellphone so the lovers could secretly communicate.
The name of the group, paradoxically, is procure Saber, which in Portuguese means, Seek to Know.
c.1300, "bring about, cause, effect," from Old French procurer "care for, be occupied with; bring about, cause; acquire, provide" (13c.) and directly from Late Latin procurare "manage, take care of;" from pro- "in behalf of" (see pro-) + curare "care for" (see cure (v.)). Main modern sense "obtain; recruit" (late 14c.) is via "take pains to get" (mid-14c.). Meaning "to obtain (women) for sexual gratification" is attested from c.1600. Related: Procured; procuring.