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Protutor

PROTUTOR, civil law. He who not being the tutor of a pupil or minor, has administered his property or affairs as if he had been, whether he thought himself legally invested with the authority of a tutor, or not.
     2. He who marries a woman who is tutrix, becomes, by the marriage, a protutor. The protutor is equally responsible as the tutor.

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Protrude
protruding
protrusible
Protrusile
Protrusion
Protrusive
Protrusively
Protuberance
Protuberancy
Protuberant
Protuberate
Protuberation
Protuberous
Protura
proturan
Protureter
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Protyle
Proud
proud flesh
proud of
Proudhon
Proudish
Proudling
Proudly
Proudness
Proust
Proustian
Proustite
Prout patet per recordum
provability
Provable
provably
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