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/ˈpräksē/,
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proxies, plural;
  1. The authority to represent someone else, esp. in voting
    • - they may register to vote by proxy
  2. A person authorized to act on behalf of another

  3. A document authorizing a person to vote on another's behalf

  4. A figure that can be used to represent the value of something in a calculation
    • - the use of a U.S. wealth measure as a proxy for the true worldwide measure

  1. a person authorized to act for another
  2. a power of attorney document given by shareholders of a corporation authorizing a specific vote on their behalf at a corporate meeting
  3. Proxy are an indie rock band based in United Kingdom. Though Proxy are from London, the four members were all born on three different continents - frontman Jon Brown in Hong Kong, Will Hanson in Paris and the Grindy brothers who form the rhythm section in South Africa. ...
  4. Climate proxies are preserved physical characteristics of the past that enable scientists to reconstruct the climatic conditions that prevailed during much of the Earth's history. ...
  5. In statistics, a proxy variable is something that is probably not in itself of any great interest, but from which a variable of interest can be obtained. In order for this to be the case, the proxy variable must have a close correlation, not necessarily linear or positive, with the inferred value.
  6. Deadringer is the debut album of RJD2. It was released on July 23, 2002 on Definitive Jux.
  7. An agent or substitute authorized to act for another person; The authority to act for another, especially when written; An interface for a service, especially for one that is remote, resource-intensive, or otherwise difficult to use directly; A measurement of one physical quantity that is used ...
  8. (Proxies) A proxy device (running either on dedicated hardware or as software on a general-purpose machine) may act as a firewall by responding to input packets (connection requests, for example) in the manner of an application, whilst blocking other packets. ...
  9. (Proxies) are one of the greatest things known to trollkind. They let you ship bucketloads of lulz to a location without having your IP address ban hammered. In other words, you can upload CP with less risk of being caught, you sick fucking pedophile.
  10. (Proxies) the US and USSR avoided nuclear confrontation by avoiding direct fighting, so assisted countries, or insurgencies, around the world, usually to block the other superpower. This also established, for the US, a habit of becoming involved in other peoples' wars
  11. A machine that acts on behalf of someone else. It may forward e.g. HTTP requests or TCP/IP connections, usually to or from the internet. For instance, companies - or sometimes entire countries - often use "Web Proxy Servers" to filter outgoing HTTP requests from their internal network. ...
  12. A firewall mechanism that replaces the IP address of a host on the internal (protected) network with its own IP address for all traffic passing through it. ...
  13. A software design pattern typically using a class, which functions as an interface to something else. For example, MWArray is a proxy for programmers who need to access the underlying type mxArray.
  14. A mighty servant of a power - usually a former mortal servant of that power.
  15. A proxy is someone who is permitted to make decision on behalf of another person. This person may be a relative or friend.
  16. Proxy Trojan turns the victim's computer into a proxy server. This gives the attacker the opportunity to do everything from your computer, including the possibility of conducting credit card fraud and other illegal activities, or even to use system to launch malicious attacks against other ...
  17. Any building made outside of your base or expansions. It can be a tech building to fool opponents, or a production facility to get units to the battlefield faster.
  18. Document intended to provide shareholders with information necessary to vote in an informed manner on matters to be brought up at a stockholders' meeting. Includes information on closely held shares. ...
  19. A security or index whose correlation with another security or index is so strong that it is used as a substitute for the other. For example, General Electric has a very high correlation to the performance of the S&P 500. As GE goes, so goes the S&P 500. ...
  20. A way to hide to the internet the IP address (and other data) of the user, by replacing his identity with that of the proxy (usually a website, but can be software too).
  21. Authorization, whether written or electronic, that shareholders’ votes may be cast by others. Shareholders can and often do give management their proxies in lieu of attending the annual meeting of a company. ...
  22. An absentee ballot received before the annual meeting.
  23. Written authorization given by a shareholder to someone else to represent him or her and vote at a shareholders’ meeting. ...
  24. A person who represents another, particularly, in some meeting. Also, the document giving to another, the authority to represent.
  25. An intermediate server that sits between the client and the origin server. It accepts requests from clients, transmits those requests on to the origin server, and then returns the response from the origin server to the client. ...