in·sti·tor | \ ˈinztəˌtȯ(ə)r, ˈin(t)stə-\
Definition of institor
: a person (as the manager of a commercial or manufacturing business, a broker, factor, or commission agent) to whom the transaction of some business is committed as agent to such a degree as to bind the principal —used chiefly in Roman and civil law
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