The ticket or list of candidates at elections, presented to the people for their votes.(noun)
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Use "prox" in a sentence
"A high-dud barrage or two or three perhaps, over a year, might indicate bad quality control in the shells themselves; but when every flight of low-elevation "prox" shells over a certain point either exploded on contact or not at all, the revered law was being broken."
"As a result, the proxy environment variables are set correctly any time I open a terminal window, and I can update it at any time (after changing locations) by typing "prox"."
"Your idea of shell wrappers around the commands that need the proxy is a good enhancement to this … that way "prox" could be automatically invoked right before it's needed …"