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prof

slang A shortening of "professor." I've got one prof this year who's a real condescending jerk. I heard one of the profs was fired for having a relationship with a student.

prof

n. a professor. (Collegiate.) The prof was dull, the room was hot, and I kept closing my eyes.
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An important -- but under-recognized -- fact about the PROFS case is that the GRS 20 lawsuit evolved directly out of the PROFS litigation.
In November 1991, the plaintiffs had entered an amended complaint in the PROFS case that included a clause about general records schedules.
One year later, in November 1992, the plaintiffs dropped this line of argument, believing that the government would not rely on general records schedules to dispose of electronic versions of PROFS messages.