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a person authorized to act for another

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a power of attorney document given by shareholders of a corporation authorizing a specific vote on their behalf at a corporate meeting

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Binu Charley led the way, by proxy, however, for, by means of the poisoned spear, he drove the captive bushman ahead.
Of necessity, many men were tried and condemned by proxy, as in the case of General Lampton.
We assume that we under like influence should be alike affected, and should achieve the like; and we aim to master intellectually the steps and reach the same height or the same degradation that our fellow, our proxy has done.
The Princess was married by proxy, at her father's residence, by the Count de Schlusselback.
If, for these two reasons, some competent Proxy would give YOU away, I should take it very kindly.
The NC-1100 product line aims to establish the application proxy as an architectural best practice in the data center with 10X the performance and 10X the ease of deployment and management of previous generation application proxies.
Anyone who owns a single share of stock in a publicly traded company can weigh in on a variety of resolutions on corporate governance and social and environmental issues, making this proxy voting an increasingly important tool to nudge companies toward cleaner and greener behavior.
Nasdaq: BCSI), a provider of proxy appliances, today announced that Maxtor Corporation (Nasdaq: MXO), one of the world's top suppliers of hard disk drives and storage solutions, has deployed Blue Coat proxy appliances as an integral component of its worldwide IT security architecture.
Before you begin, you should understand that there are two types of advance directives available to you: 1) a living will containing written directives to health-care providers and 2) a health-care proxy or "power-of-attorney for health-care decision-making", in which you designate a person who will be sympathetic to your desires in medical decision-making to act as your agent if you are incapacitated.
A panel of authorities on pension proxy voting--from corporations, the legal realm, and the Council of Institutional Investors--assembled at FEI's Treasurers Conference in February to discuss the controversy surrounding proxy voting and how companies are reacting.
Proxy Aviation's unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), SkyWatcher and SkyRaider, are being used to complete the testing.
I don't see how you can take the proxy issue and totally divorce it from the investment process.
Shareholders who participate in any form at the Extraordinary General Meeting, whether directly, by proxy, or by long-distance voting, shall be entitled to receive an ATTENDANCE PREMIUM of fifteen euro cents gross per share (0.
Proxy Aviation Successfully Completes Unmanned Cooperative Flight Demonstrations
Global's proxy statement to shareholders dated November 27, 2006.