Proxime

Prox´ime


a.1.Next; immediately preceding or following.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Just behind these girls was Libby Sutherland who was named Proxime Accesit having also achieved 5As at Higher Level.
Nicola McGuigan scooped the prestigious dux honour with the proxime accessit jointly won by Nathan Morrison, Alistair Sharp, Brandon McIntyre and Matthew Stewart.
The five companies represented were Proxime, a 'Software as a Service' platform for health care providers and medical technology companies; global information analytics company Elsevier; digital-health consultancy Ideal; clinical software developer TPP; and Biotronics3D, which develops medical imaging technology.
The top curricular prizes were won by Natalie Klaes, Proxime Accessit and Eve Abernethy who was awarded Dux of the school for her outstanding academic achievement.
A spokesperson said: "Well done to all our award winners, with special mention for our Dux, Jade McPhail, and Proxime Accessit, Kayleigh McLean, and to our former School Captains, who were awarded the Provost Cup for their outstanding contribution to our school community."
Proxime Accessit - A Level Programme (Runner-up to Dux Scholarum): Ingrid Bahnemann.
688); scilicet ad hunc celsissimum finem spectat assequendum per Ecclesiam, quam ut rectis institutis ac normis componat ac dirigat, proxime ad ipsum ius canonicum pertinet>> (Paulus VI, Allocutio ad Pontificiam Commissionem Codici luris Canonici Recognoscendo diei 20 novembris 1961).
nam intellectus, verbi gratia, proxime manat a substantia animae."
Si tratta in realta di una attribuzione sospetta e respinta da Radt in quanto 'Sophoclem Cassandram scripsisse hoc solum testimonium est; cui eo magis diffidere par est quod versus proxime e Lycophrone allatus de Cassandra agit.' (79)