### proof

A representation of the finished print produced for customer inspection for errors to be corrected prior to mass printing.

### proof

A coin carefully struck from specially prepared dies on a pre-polished blank, resulting in a coin of superior quality and finish.

• (a.) Being of a certain standard as to strength; -- said of alcoholic liquors. • (n.) Any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth; an act of testing; a test; a trial. • (n.) That degree of evidence which convinces the mind of any truth or fact, and produces belief; a test by facts or argument...

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(1) the final rise of the shaped loaves before baking (2) the hydration of dry active yeast in water before it is added to the dough

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(from the article `Crowe, Russell`) ...Crossing, a drama centred on a romantic triangle. In these early efforts, Crowe displayed an innate ability to inhabit the characters he portrayed ...

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(from the article `photoengraving`) The proofing of halftone colourplates for wet printing on high-speed presses (when one colour does not have time to dry before the next is laid down) ... reading and marking corrections on a proof or other copy of the text of articles and books before publication. Proofreading dates from the early day...

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1. Any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth; an act of testing; a test; a trial. 'For whatsoever mother wit or art Could work, he put in proof.' (Spenser) 'You shall have many proofs to show your skill.' (Ford) 'Formerly, a very rude mode of ascertaining the strength of spirits was practiced, called the pr...

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trial impression *noun* (printing) an impression made to check for errors

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cogent evidence *noun* any factual evidence that helps to establish the truth of something; `if you have any proof for what you say, now is the time to produce it`

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*[truth]* A proof is sufficient evidence or an argument for the truth of a proposition. The concept is applied in a variety of disciplines, with both the nature of the evidence or justification and the criteria for sufficiency being area-dependent. In the area of oral and written communication such as conversation, dialog, rhetoric, etc., a p...

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Proof adjective 1. Used in proving or testing; as, a proof load, or proof charge. 2. Firm or successful in resisting; as, proof against harm; water proof ; bomb proof . « I . . . have found thee Proof against all temptation.»

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**Proof** * noun* [ Old French

* prove* ,

* proeve* , French

* preuve* , from Latin

* proba* , from

* probare* to prove. See

__ Prove__ .]

** 1.** Any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth; an act of testing; a test; a trial. « For wh...

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A coin produced using special dies and planchets that results in a sharpness of detail and a virtually flawless surface, usually mirror-like fields. Proof coins are produced for the collector market.

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A coin struck on specially-prepared planchets on special presses to receive the highest quality strike possible, especially for collectors. For paper money, a print made to test the plate, analogous to a die trial strike in coinage.

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A coin that has been struck with greater pressure than normal using special dies to make the design more highly polished. Proof coins are collectibles and trade at a higher premium than brilliant uncirculated or circulated versions of the same coin.

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A copy of a page which has been typeset ready for printing, provided to editors, sub-editors or proof readers to correct errors or make final changes before the printing presses start production.

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A mathematical derivation from axioms, often in principle in the form of a sequence of equations, each derived by a standard rule from the one above. Contexts: mathematics; phrases; modelling

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A pre-production print, made for the purpose of checking accuracy of layout, type matter, tone & colour reproduction.

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A printed sample of work to be checked for errors in text, positioning or quality of colour reproduction.

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A printing term applied to all individual impressions made before work on a printing plate or block is completed, in order to check progress of the image. Also referred to as 'trial proof' or 'colour trial proof'. This should not be confused with the terms Artist's Proof (AP) and Printer's Proof (PP) which are impressions of the finished print made...

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A prototype that shows the printer and customer what the job will look like after printing so any necessary changes can be made before the job goes to press. Proofs of individual photos are known as scatter or loose proofs. Proofs of pages are called page proofs. Proofs showing how multiple pages are arranged on a large press sheet are known as imp...

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A sequence of statements in which each subsequent statement is derivable from one of the previous statements or from an axiom of a formal system. The final statement of a proof is usually the theorem that one has set out to prove.

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A sequence of statements in which each subsequent statement is derivable from one of the previous statements or from an axiom of a formal system. The final statement of a proof is usually the theorem that one has set out to prove.

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A standardised measurement of the strength of alcoholic drinks, which is used in North America. Proof strength is double the abv strength for example 40% abv is equal to 80° proof.

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