proctor - Griechisch
“All this is an evasion!” cried Stamp Proctor. “Now or never!”
Are you afraid? Colonel Proctor asked him.
Colonel Proctor and Mr Fogg, revolvers in hand, hastily exited the wagon, and rushed forward, to where the explosions and cries were most clamorous.
Colonel Stamp W. Proctor.
Colonel Proctor was one of the most seriously hurt; he had fought bravely, and a ball had entered his groin and downed him.
Colonel Proctor was especially delighted.
As he was getting in the vehicle, Mr Fogg said to Fix, You have not seen this Colonel Proctor again?
Mr Fogg and Colonel Proctor, each provided with two six-barrelled revolvers, entered the car.
“Well, what is that to me?” replied Colonel Proctor.
Stamp W. Proctor and Phileas Fogg recognised each other at once.
someone who supervises (an examination): supervisor, monitor, invigilator
watch over (students taking an exam, to prevent cheating): invigilate, watch, keep an eye on, watch over, observe, follow