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provisor

(prəˈvaɪzə)
n
1. a purveyor
2. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a person who holds a papal provision
3. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church an ecclesiastic who assists an archbishop or bishop
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Recordemos que en este mismo siglo XVIII, un hombre tan ilustrado como Juan Ignacio de Castorena y Urzua, compilador de la Fama y Obra Postuma de Sor Juana (1700) y editor de la Gaceta de Mexico (1722), nombrado Provisor de Indios, se inaugura el 5 de agosto de 1714 con un auto de fe a cinco indios frente a la iglesia de San Jose de los Naturales.
Can't stand that developers are finding the loophole to building affordable homes by saying they won't recoup their expenses and being allowed to sell the houses at normal high prices when they only got planning permission on the provisor that they build affordable homes.
A acao e imputada a Francisco Antonio de Assis, que, com "apoio de seu Tio Vigario Joaquim de Mello Franco (que, por ter a Vara de Provisor unida a qualidade do Vigario da Igreja, nao reconhecem Superior, julgando que tudo lhe e permitido) pretende governar a Terra a seu arbitrio, segundo as suas mas inclinacoes".
When the Austrian Imperial Provisor finally agreed to have the coffin prised open, the legend goes that he saw the cadaver had blood dripping from its mouth, talon-like fingernails, long fangs and signs of healthy skin.
Evan Provisor, medical director of The Wound Care Center at Harrington, and Susan Proulx, B.
Desktop maintenance is easier for tasks such as remote security scans and software patches, Provisor said.
ADP Brokerage Services Group (ADP), a division of Automatic Data Processing, Inc (NYSE: ADP) and a provider of transaction services to the financial industry, and Fidelity National Information Services (NYSE: FIS), a provider of core processing for financial institutions, announced on Monday (8 May) the formation of a strategic partnership to offer secure wireless access to ADP's ProVisor broker desktop application.
Esteban de Portillo, the provisor of the archdiocese, holder of the prime chair of canon law in the University of Mexico and later its rector, legal counsel of the Inquisition, and a former inquisitor ordinary himself, was hardly a paragon of heretical thought.
capital of Provisor Global Search Limited, a specialist human resources
Tarra Provisor, 21, of North Hills watched as her daughter, Tiana, 2, gleefully threw chunks of bread - and sometimes a whole slice - to the waiting horde of ducks who snapped up the treats greedily.
Black Dragon Software, LLC, an emerging provider of software and services targeted at IT Security Risk Measurement and enterprise risk modeling, has announced the launch of proVisor, the industry's first quantifiable, objective, standards-based Security Risk Measurement solution.
Felix CA, Hosler MR, Provisor D, et al: The p53 gene in pediatric therapy-related leukemia and myelodysplasia.