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  • Richard Anthony Proctor (23 March 1837 – 12 September 1888) was an English astronomer. As an astronomer in the true sense of the term, Sir John Herschel
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  • stood before all his contemporaries. Nay, he stood almost alone. Richard Anthony Proctor, Astronomical Essays (1872), "Sir John Herschel", p. 1 Wikipedia
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  • Strength (section A)
    Extemporaneous Discourses of Henry Ward Beecher (1858), ed. Edna Dean Proctor, p. 52 In Amazon society, only men, when they were allowed to remain
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  • Pritchett, V. S Procter, Adelaide Anne Procter, Bryan Proctor, Richard Anthony Proenneke, Richard Profumo, Valerie Prokofiev, Sergei Prompan, Jatuporn
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  • deep. Patrick Proctor Alexander, Sleep. Appeared in the Spectator. How happy he whose toil Has o'er his languid pow'rless limbs diffus'd A pleasing lassitude;
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  • Knightley, Keira Knopfler, Mark Knott, Cargill Gilston Knott, J(ames) Proctor Knowles, John Knox, Alexander (1757–1831) Knox, Henry Knox, John Knox,
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  • Jupiter (section A - F)
    a condition like that of our earth; and lastly, the stage through which our Moon is passing, which may be regarded as planetary decrepitude. Proctor in:
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  • History (section A)
    the lessons of history into a single sentence. As quoted in "Durants on History from the Ages, with Love," by Pam Proctor, Parade (6 August 1978) p. 12
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  • Government (section A)
    consequence of too hasty and too much legislation, than too little. Redfield Proctor, farewell address (1925) In this present crisis, government is not the
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  • prudes for proctors, dowagers for deans, And sweet girl-graduates in their golden hair. Alfred Tennyson, The Princess (1847), Prologue, line 141. A rosebud
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  • Love (section A)
    the lessons of history into a single sentence. As quoted in "Durants on History from the Ages, with Love," by Pam Proctor, Parade (6 August 1978) p. 12
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  • Saturn (section A - F)
    a condition like that of our earth; and lastly, the stage through which our Moon is passing, which may be regarded as planetary decrepitude. Proctor in
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  • Jamaica! Bureaucrats: Jamaica! Hermes: The grade 19's! Morgan Proctor: Jamaica. [Hermes starts a conga line with the bureaucrats] Hermes: Sing me home! When
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  • brief period in 1912 after New Mexico became a state but before Arizona did. Homer: Uh... partial credit. Proctor: All right, here's your last question. What
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  • the occasional- Justin: Jefferson Proctor. Lindsay: Jefferson Proctor. Was a gay African-American. Shot to death half a block from Woody's. Crime unsolved
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  • First Teacher: That's right. The students were taking their SATs. We were proctoring the test. Monk: So - so you were all together? [looks closely at the pots
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