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Related to pro per: abiding, ailing, according to law

pro per

adj. short for "propria persona," which is Latin for "for oneself," usually applied to a person who represents himself/herself in a lawsuit rather than have an attorney. (See: in pro per, in propria persona, propria persona)

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The one-day event, a curtain-raiser to the four-tournament European Tour Gulf Swing, is played in a four ball format and among the 52 European Tour Professionals taking part -- one Tour Pro per team -- there are 41 European Tour Champions, 11 Ryder Cup players, three Major Champions and the World No 1.
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