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procurator

noun administrator, adviser, agent, appointee, assistant, broker, business representative, caretaker, conductor, curator, delegate, deputy, director, emissary, envoy, executor, factor, go-between, intendant, intermediate, intermedium, lieutenant, middleman, moderator, monitor, overseer, proctor, prolocutor, proxy, representative, solicitor, spokesman, steward, substitute, superintendent, supervisor, syndic, viceregent
See also: agent, attorney, barrister, deputy, factor, proctor, proxy

procurator

a representative of a party.

PROCURATOR, civil law. A proctor; a person who acts for another by virtue of a procuration. Procurator est, qui aliena negotia mandata Domini administrat. Dig 3, 3, 1. Vide Attorney; Authority.

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99 Notes: GE = Provincial Government's Total Expenditure; CPE = Court and Procuratorial Organ Expenditure; PAPFE = People's Armed Police Force Expenditure; NDE = National Defense Expenditure.
Earlier reports said a second driver who ran over the girl as she lay bleeding in the street had also been arrested, but the Procuratorial Daily made no mention of him.
It appears that this visit and the encouraging words from the procuratorial official may have just been an effort to momentarily rein in Yang.
40) Beginning in 1969, "the thrust of procuratorial supervision shifted to illegal actions by citizens that detrimentally affected the State's interests, especially its economic interests, such as theft from State factories, padding or falsifying planning reports and substandard production.
This reveals a typically socialist attitude, of giving pre-eminence to the procuratorial system within the judiciary: see Castellucci, "Rule of Law", supra note 7 at 51-54.
It clarified that China's criminal justice system is controlled by procuratorial organs and people's courts rather than public security departments.
93 billion RMB to help lower-level procuratorial, judicial, and public security departments improve conditions for processing cases.
The resolution calls on the Chinese government to "reevaluate the official verdict" on the Tiananmen crackdown and order procuratorial organs to open formal investigations and bring those responsible to justice.