Noun(1) a person authorized to act for another(2) (ancient Rome
(1) Piero del Tovaglia, a Florentine silk merchant, acted from 1469 onward as intermediary in the negotiations regarding the project between Florence and Mantua, legally becoming Lodovico Gonzaga's procurator in Florence in August 1470.(2) Paulinus quelled the revolt with ruthless efficiency but his methods were frowned upon by the new procurator (finance official), Classicianus.(3) The patriarchate of Moscow was abolished by Peter the Great in 1721 and replaced by a Holy Synod of bishops which was controlled by a lay official, the chief procurator .(4) What he says goes with those around him, such as the chairman of the constitutional court, the procurator general, even our academics.(5) But, as Pontius Pilate, the Roman procurator of Judea, supposedly asked, ├ö├ç├┐Quid est veritas?├ö├ç├û(6) In the same site is a copy of the oldest inscription found in the city on the tomb of some procurator or other who had helped put down the revolt by Boudicca.(7) Nowhere in the flayed skin of GrÔö£ÔòØnewald is there a trace of the Jesus who looked at Pilate through his one good eye and informed the Roman procurator that he would have no power were it not given from above.(8) Twenty-four men have been charged by the procuratorial authorities of Handan City in Hebei Province with the crime of abducting babies and selling them, the Beijing Youth Daily reported.(9) The other was responsible for crown property throughout Britain, and to it reported the local procurators who acted as agents in charge.(10) The major task of a deputy is to use the constitution and all the existing laws to supervise the officials in the court, in the court and in the procuratorial office.(11) The years of his procuratorships produced a 31-book history continuing the historian Aufidius Bassus and covering the later Julio-Claudian period; and, dedicated to Titus, the Naturalis Historia.(12) Another handy weapon in political and commercial warfare turned out to be the state procurators and courts staffed by judges who, like the KGB operatives, were inherited from the Soviet Union.(13) According to the Chinese Constitution and relevant laws, the people's courts and the people's procuratorates exercise judicial power and procuratorial power independently in accordance with the law.(14) In Judaea the procurators who replaced the deceased King Agrippa I in 44 proved unsatisfactory, and by 54 Claudius' eastern governors had allowed the Parthians to gain control of Greater Armenia, a serious blow to Roman prestige.(15) According to yesterday's Sports Weekly, a popular Chinese-language sports newspaper, the procuratorial authority of Beijing issued an arrest warrant for Gong on Tuesday based on the results of a police investigation.
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