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  • noun the act of getting possession of something


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  • President Obama's guidelines required private funding for the procural of the embryonic stem cells themselves, but allowed government funds to be used for


  • · Meanwhile, last-minute ticket procural became a full-contact sport around town, reported

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  • Especially for Meg Ryan, who regaled David Letterman's viewers Friday night with her tale of baby procural in the farthest-flung reaches of China.

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  • Yeah, right - we've known our share of scheming limeys in our time, and that silence was clearly just a front for plotting the inevitable procural and sale of said tape to the highest bidder.

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  • Though on small budget films the role of producer and line producer are hard to distinguish, industry texts and guides indicate that “budgeting, fundraising, scheduling, crew assembly, location procural and other like tasks” of the sort Clouson performed are the line producer’s job.

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