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per procurationem

[ per -prok-yuh-rey-shee-oh-nem, per -prok-uh-rah-tee-oh-nem ]
/ pər ˌprɒk yəˌreɪ ʃiˈoʊ nɛm, pɛr ˌprɒk əˌrɑ tiˈoʊ nɛm /
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adverb Chiefly Law.

by one acting as an agent; by proxy.

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Also per proc·u·ra·tion [per-prok-yuh-rey-shuhn]. /pərˌprɒk yəˈreɪ ʃən/.

Origin of per procurationem

First recorded in 1810–20, per procurationem is from Latin per prōcūrātiōnem

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