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  • adj. Pertaining to the Proctor test, a standardized test measuring soil moisture-density, especially for the requirements of construction projects: Proctor density, Proctor value.

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Examples

  • The town of Langdon, midway between Rangeley and Stratton, had a page all to itself, and it was interesting to note how many times the name Proctor appeared on the advertisements: among others, there was a Proctor’s Camp; and the Bald Mountain diner, run by E. and A.

    The Whisperers

  • Caught between the demands of a loyalist girlfriend and the needs of his aged parents, Proctor is eager to join the American cause and put his hidden abilities to good use.

    March 2nd, 2009

  • I would have mentioned Deborah in the description to the first book, because her relationship with Proctor is central to the arc of all three novels.

    Traitor to the Crown

  • At least six of the CIAT varieties were, to most observers, identical to the bean described in Proctor's patent documents on the basis of color and genetic markers.

    Boing Boing

  • From NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter: Dunes in Proctor Crater, located in the southern hemisphere of Mars where it was winter at the time this image was taken.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • How about Bill Evans applying for ten-years tax abatement on a condo project in Proctor?

    Sound Politics: Even Joni Balter might be right every once in a great while

  • (The cast includes people with Goodwin Proctor, Levensohn Venture Partners, Matrix Partners and Scale Venture Partners).

    A Venture Capital Primer, Courtesy of YouTube - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The Proctor is American Plan while the Princeton is European.

    Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.

  • Lisa wanted to cheer too, but one word Proctor had said had set off alarms in her head.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • In simple, lucid terms Proctor looks at several aspects of writing incuding not only plotting but building characters and using story arcs as defined by modern day Hollywood.

    Candace Proctor

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