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What is a propraetor?

What is a propraetor? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. A magistrate of ancient Rome who governed a province after serving as a praetor in Rome.
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The legions of the propraetor of Lugdunensis are already on their way hither, by forced marches from Clusium.
I went to the footraces the other day, and saw the propraetor, but I don't like him.
Domitian knew only of the advance of the propraetor, and still supposed that it was in fulfilment of his own orders.
Lugdunensian Gaul belonged to the imperial provinces, and therefore possessed a propraetor and a larger garrison.
I would propose that you should at once enter into negotiations with the propraetor, and start as soon as possible for Lugdunum.
A letter was also written to Quintus Pleminius, the propraetor, with directions that he should assist in the business.

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