proof

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kanıt

Mary'yi öldüren kişinin Tom olduğuna dair bir kanıtım var. - I have proof that Tom is the one who killed Mary.

Tom'un hırsız olduğuna dair su götürmez kanıt var. - There is indisputable proof that Tom is the thief.

ispat
işlemez
dirençli
(içki) belli bir ayarda olan
-e karşı dayanıklı
(Matematik) kanıtlanım
belgit
düzelti

Bunun bir düzelticiye ihtiyacı var. - This needs a proofreader.

Denememi düzeltir misin? - Could you proofread my essay?

-e karşı dayanıklı hale getirmek
deneme

Denememi düzeltir misin? - Could you proofread my essay?

Tom benden denemesini tashih etmemi istedi. - Tom asked me to proofread his essay.

prova
-e dayanıklı
kanıtlama
geçirmez
sınama
delil

Şimdiye kadar hiçbir delil bulunmadı. - No proof was ever found.

Deliliniz olmadığı sürece bu konuşma hiç olmadı. - So long as you have no proof, this conversation never happened.

(Askeri) DENEME BASKISI: Bir haritanın nihai basımına geçmeden önce terimin ve yazıların kontrolü ve/veya hataların bulunup düzeltilmesi maksadıyla hazırlanan deneme baskısı
içkinin alkol derecesinin ölçüsü
tanıtlanım
geçirmez hale getirmek
{i} ispat etme
{i} senet
{i} sağlama
DENEME BASKıSı: Baskı öncesi kontrol edilip, hataların bulunup düzeltilmesi maksadıyla hazırlanan baskı
karşı dayanıklı hale getirmek
{i} matb. prova
da
{s} dayanıklı

Baştan çıkarmaya karşı dayanıklıdır. - He is proof against temptation.

{i} mat. sağlama; ispat, kanıtlanım
{i} foto. ayar
{i} alkol derecesi
{s} emin
belli bir ayarda olan
{f} geçirmez biçimde yapmak
{i} delil, kanıt, tanıt
{f} dayanıklı hale getirmek
dayanıklı hale getir
(Askeri,Sanat) deneme baskısı
prova baskı
kuvvetli
(Ticaret) ispat aracı
tanıtı
proof and hold
(Bilgisayar) düzelt ve beklet
proof by induction
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) tümevarımla tanıt
proof by oath
(Kanun) yemin delili
proof hold
(Bilgisayar) düzelt ve tut
proof hold
(Bilgisayar) dene ve tut
proof lest
prova testi
proof of payment
ödeme belgesi
proof positive
(Kanun) kati delil
proof print
(Bilgisayar) düzeltme yazdırma
proof text
(Bilgisayar) metin sağlaması
proof theory
kanıt teorisi
proof sheet
matbaa provası
proof total
kanıtlayıcı toplam
proof by negation
olumsuzlama tarafından kanıtı
proof figure
kanıt rakamı, kanıtlama sayısı
proof list
kanıt listesi, kanıt dizelgesi
proof of concept
kavram ispatı
proof of concept
bir işin yapılabileceğini kanıtlama
proof of enrollment
Öğrenci vs. kayıt belgesi

Proof of Enrollment of a current student is often needed for insurance.

proof paper
DENEME BASKıSı: Baskı öncesi kontrol edilip, hataların bulunup düzeltilmesi maksadıyla hazırlanan baskı
proof reader
geçirmez okuyucu
proof total
kanitlayici toplam
proof by induction
tumevarimla tanit
proof figure
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kanıt rakamı
proof figure
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kanıtlama sayısı
proof firing
(Askeri) TECRÜBE ATIŞI: Yeni ikmal edilen veya onarılan ya da yerleştirilen silahların hizmete elverişli olup olmadıklarını tespit maksadıyla yapılan atış
proof list
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kanıt listesi
proof list
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kanıt dizelgesi
proof of concept
(Telekom) kavram kanıtlama
proof of conformity
(Ticaret) uygunluk kanıtı
proof of drunkenness
sarhoşluğun tespiti
proof of indebtedness
(Ticaret) borç beyyinesi
proof of inheritance
(Kanun) verasetin ispatı
proof of loss
(Kanun) hasarın ispatı
proof of loss
(Ticaret) zararın kanıtlanması
proof of loss
(Ticaret) zararın ispatı
proof of loss
(Ticaret) zarar tevsiki
proof of loss
(Ticaret) zararın tevsiki
proof of loss
(Ticaret) zararın belgelenmesi
proof of payment
ödeme belgem
proof positive
kesin bir delil; kesin deliller
proof sheet
matb. prova
proof stress
zorlama gerilimi
proof stress
deneme gerilmesi
produce proof
(Kanun) kanıt göstermek
printer's proof
Yazıcının kanıt
press proof
son prova (baskı)
crease proof
buruşmaz
fire proof
ateşe dayanıklı
bullet proof vest
kurşun geçirmez yelek
burden of proof
(Kanun) kanıtlama zorunluğu
certificate of proof
(Kanun) onay belgesi
counter proof
(Kanun) hasmı delil
counter proof
(Kanun) karşı delil
dust proof
toz geçirmez
explosion proof
(Askeri,Denizbilim) patlamaz
fool proof
hatasız
heat proof
ısıya dayanıklı
immersion proof
(Askeri) su geçirmez
indirect proof
(Matematik) dolaylı kanıt
ladder proof
kaçmaz
leak proof
sızdırmaz
offer a proof
(Kanun) delil sunmak
proofing
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) prova baskı
proofing
(Bilgisayar) sağlama
proofing
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) prova
proofing
geçirmezlik
proofs
düzeltmeler
shrink proof
küçülmez
shrink proof
çekmez
abrasion proof
aşınmaya dayanıklı
acid proof
aside dirençli
acid-proof
aside dayanıklı
bomb proof
bombaya dayanıklı
bomb-proof
bomba geçmez
bomb-proof
bombaya dayanıklı
burden of proof
ispat külfeti
burden of proof
kanıtlama zorunluluğu
corrosion proof
aşınmaya dayanıklı
corrosion-proof
aşınmaya dayanıklı
crease-proof
buruşmaz
direct proof
direkt ispat
document in proof
kanıtlayıcı belge
explosion proof
patlamaya dayanıklı
frost-proof
donmaz
frost-proof
donma yapmaz
galley proof
ilk dizgi
immersion proof
su almaz
indirect method of proof
dolaylı yöntemle kanıtlama
indirect proof
dolaylı ispat
ladder-proof
kaçmaz
logical proof
mantıksal ispat
run-proof
kaçmaz
sun-proof
güneşe dayanıklı
sun-proof
güneş geçirmez
bullet-proof vest
kurşun geçirmez yelek
child proof
Çocuklar için güvenilir, dayanıklı, sağlam
ex-proof
Alev geçirmeyen, yanmaya karşı dayanıklı
flat proof
düz kanıtı
future proof
geleceğe uyumlu
goof proof
becerememek kanıtı
house proof
ev kanıtı
idiot proof
aptal geçirmez
idiot proof terminal
aptal geçirmez terminal
learn by proof
kanıt tarafından öğrenmek
lettered proof
aydın kanıtı
living proof
geçirmez yaşam
mathematical proof
matematiksel ispatı
oil-proof
yağ sızdırmaz
proofer
prova
proofs
deliller
quake-proof
Depreme dayanıklı
social proof
sosyal kanıt
sound proof
ses geçirmez
tamper proof
geçirmez tamper
vandal proof
darbelere dayanıklı
water proof
Su geçirmez
proofer
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) prova baskı makinesi
proofing
(isim) geçirmez hale getirme
proofing
{i} geçirmez hale getirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Used in proving or testing; as, a proof load, or proof charge
The quality or state of having been proved or tried; firmness or hardness which resists impression, or doesn't yield to force; impenetrability of physical bodies
To make resistant, especially to water
: Armour of excellent or tried quality, and deemed impenetrable; properly, armour of proof
To knead, as in bread dough
A process for testing the accuracy of an operation performed. Compare prove, transitive verb, 5
A sequence of statements consisting of axioms, assumptions, statements already demonstrated in another proof, and statements that logically follow from previous statements in the sequence, and which concludes with a statement that is the object of the proof
Firmness of mind; stability not to be shaken
The degree of evidence which convinces the mind of any truth or fact, and produces belief; a test by facts or arguments which induce, or tend to induce, certainty of the judgment; conclusive evidence; demonstration

Proof is the bottom line for everyone.

A proof sheet; a trial impression, as from type, taken for correction or examination
Firm or successful in resisting; as, proof against harm; waterproof; bombproof

This was a good, stout proof article of faith. -.

A measure of the alcohol content of liquor. Originally, in Britain, 100 proof was defined as 57.1% by volume (not used anymore). In the US, 100 proof means that the alcohol content is 50% of the total volume of the liquid, and thus, absolute alcohol would be 200 proof
Being of a certain standard as to strength; -- said of alcoholic liquors
To proofread
Any effort, process, or operation designed to establish or discover a fact or truth; an act of testing; a test; a trial

A given quantity of the spirits was poured upon a quantity of gunpowder in a dish and set on fire. If at the end of the combustion, the gunpowder continued dry enough, it took fire and exploded; but if it had been wetted by the water in the spirits, the flame of the alcohol went out without setting the powder on fire. This was called the proof.

{a} able to resist, impenetrable, rough, hard
{n} evidence, test, a rough sheet of print
a formal series of statements showing that if one thing is true something else necessarily follows from it
activate by mixing with water and sometimes sugar or milk; "proof yeast"
make or take a proof of, such as a photographic negative, an etching, or typeset
A copy of a piece for correcting by the client before the job is printed
{s} resistant, invulnerable; impervious, sealed; durable, capable of withstanding; used in proofreading, serving as a trial print
An unfinished certificate usually created while still in the engraving stage to check details Proofs may be missing certain features or words later included on final-production certificates Proofs may be printed on thin tissue-like paper, india paper, or thick card stock If subsequently folded, card-stock proofs tend to be in poor condition Unlike specimens, proofs tend to be one-of-a-kind items
"proof the materials against shrinking in the dryer" activate by mixing with water and sometimes sugar or milk; "proof yeast" knead to reach proper lightness; "proof dough" make or take a proof of, such as a photographic negative, an etching, or typeset
A statement of alcohol content Proof is two times the percentage of alcohol by volume In other words, 100 proof whiskey is 50% alcohol by volume
A proof is an impression of a print pulled prior to the regular, published edition of the print A trial or working proof is one taken before the design on the matrix is finished These proofs are pulled so that the artist can see what work still needs to be done to the matrix Once a printed image meets the artist's expectations, this becomes a bon tirer ("good to pull") proof This proof is often signed by the artist to indicate his approval and is used for comparison purposes by the printer An artist's proof is an impression issued extra to the regular numbered edition and reserved for the artist's own use Artist's proofs are usually signed and are sometimes marked "A P ", "E A " or "H C " (Cf glossary of abbreviations) Commercial publishers found that there was a financial advantage to offering so-called "proofs" for sale and so developed other types of proofs to offer to collectors, generally at higher prices
Proof is a fact, argument, or piece of evidence which shows that something is definitely true or definitely exists. You have to have proof of residence in the state of Texas, such as a Texas ID card This is not necessarily proof that he is wrong
a facsimile of the printed item prepared during various stages of the process for the customer's approval
A method of checking for errors prior to printing an order Normally the last prepress operation A press proof is used by the printing press operator to ensure the correctness of the finished product during the production of the order
In publishing, the proofs of a book, magazine, or article are a first copy of it that is printed so that mistakes can be corrected before more copies are printed and published. I'm correcting the proofs of the Spanish edition right now. Proof is also an adjective. an uncorrected proof copy of the book
make resistant to water, sound, errors, etc ; "proof the materials against shrinking in the dryer"
Prove, v
a trial photographic print from a negative 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"
Any printed copy before it goes to press Usually made on a printer or photocopy machine
read for errors; "I should proofread my manuscripts"
the proof of the pudding is in the eating: see pudding. be proof against sth to be too strong or good to be affected by something bad. In logic and mathematics, an argument that establishes a proposition's validity. Formally, it is a finite sequence of formulas generated according to accepted rules. Each formula either is an axiom or is derived from a previously established theorem, and the last formula is the statement that is to be proven. The essence of deductive reasoning (see deduction), this is the basis of Euclidean geometry and all scientific methods inspired by it. An alternative form of proof, called mathematical induction, applies to propositions defined through processes based on the counting numbers. If the proposition holds for n = 1 and can be shown to hold for n = k + 1 whenever n = k (a constant) is also true, then it holds for all values of n. An example is the assertion that the sum of the first n counting numbers is n(n + 1)/2
a high-quality coin for collectors made in small numbers from specially prepared dies
{f} make resistant; make impervious; make a trial print for proofreading; proofread, edit
The strength of alcohol by volume The proof number is twice the percentage of alcohol in the bottle So 80 proof is 40 percent; 100 proof is 50 percent Usually adjusted by diluting with water before bottling
(printing) an impression made to check for errors
A rendering of a printing project made with less-expensive material for the means of checking imposition, spelling or colors before the expense of actual negatives and plates are made
A card with a full color front, and no printing at all on the back The purpose of a proof card is to check the final colors and legend placement on the front before production begins Mintage is usually between 1-10 pieces and proofs are usually retained in the files of the telephone company or the printer The proof may or may not be exactly like the final issued telecard Sometimes the proof is not even printed on the same material as the final product
{i} substantiation, demonstration; corroboration, evidence; trial print that is inspected for errors (Printing)
"proof the materials against shrinking in the dryer"
Being of a certain standard as to strength; said of alcoholic liquors
A formal demonstration of the validity of a deductive argument Recommended Reading: Proof, Logic and Formalization, ed by Michael Detlefsen (Routledge, 1992) {at Amazon com}; Donald C Benson, The Moment of Proof: Mathematical Epiphanies (Oxford, 2000) {at Amazon com}; Sara Negri and Jan van Plato, Structural Proof Theory (Cambridge, 2001) {at Amazon com}; Lance J Rips, The Psychology of Proof: Deductive Reasoning in Human Thinking (Bradford, 1994) {at Amazon com}; and Handbook of Proof Theory, ed by Samuel R Buss (Elsevier, 1998) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP on demonstration and proof theory, BGHT, noesis, and ColE
knead to reach proper lightness; "proof dough"
An impression on paper of type, an engraving or the like, for the purpose of checking the correctness and quality of the material to be printed
A trial impression, as from type, taken for correction or examination; called also proof sheet
A process for testing the accuracy of an operation performed
(used in combination or as a suffix) able to withstand; "temptation-proof"; "childproof locks"
a measure of alcoholic strength expressed as an integer twice the percentage of alcohol present (by volume)
Used in proving or testing; as, a proof load, or proofcharge
An impression taken at any stage in the making of a print that is not part of the edition top
A reasonably accurate representation of how a printed job is intended to look
Cf
The quality or state of having been proved or tried; firmness or hardness that resists impression, or does not yield to force; impenetrability of physical bodies
the act of validating; finding or testing the truth of something
The term used to describe a sample of printing before the final production takes place See Sign-Off
Armor of excellent or tried quality, and deemed impenetrable; properly, armor of proof
a trial photographic print from a negative
A coin specially manufactured to have extra sharp detail, mirrorlike fields and sometimes frosted or "cameo" devices, produced for sale to collectors at a premium or for exhibition or presentation
Test image made to reveal errors, flaws, and give you the opportunity to make any corrections before the final image is produced A proof will capture how a printing job is intended to appear when finished
Proof is used after a number of degrees or a percentage, when indicating the strength of a strong alcoholic drink such as whisky. a glass of Wild Turkey bourbon: 101 degrees proof
That degree of evidence which convinces the mind of any truth or fact, and produces belief; a test by facts or arguments that induce, or tend to induce, certainty of the judgment; conclusive evidence; demonstration
A term used to indicate the amount of alcohol in liquor or other spirits To dissolve yeast in a warm liquid (sometimes with a small amount of sugar) and set it aside in a warm place for 5 to 10 minutes until it swells and becomes bubbly This technique proves that the yeast is alive and active and therefore capable of leavening a bread or other baked good
Impressions pulled before the printing of the edition in which the development of the image is tracked and various inks, colors, papers, and other variables are tested
A measure of the alcohol content of liquor. Originally in Britain 100 proof was defined as 57,1% by volume (not used anymore). In the US 100 proof means that the alcohol content is 50% of the total volume of the liquid and thus absolute alcohol would be 200 proof
A printed sheet to be examined and approved before it is finally printed The first proof is that which contains all the workman's errors; when these are corrected the impression next taken is called a clean proof and is submitted to the author; the final impression, which is corrected by the reader ad unguem, is termed the press proof
printed for the publisher's in-house use only in numbers ranging from about 50-300 copies depending on requirements - early proofs vary in format but later or final proofs are usually in plain or printed thin card wrappers or with a printed label, used for author's corrections, to check text, layout, typesetting, etc , and rarely with a proof dustwrapper
proof by contradiction
A proof of the following sort (1): It is desired to prove A, so assume that A is not true, and derive a contradiction from this assumption. From this it follows that "not A" implies falsity, in other words "not not A" is true. From the law of double negation, it follows that A is true. Also, a proof of the following sort (2): It is desired to prove "not A", so assume that A is true, and derive a contradiction. From this it follows that A implies falsity, in other words "not A". Both sorts of proof are valid in classical logic but only the second sort is valid in intuitionistic logic.http: //plato.stanford.edu/entries/logic-intuitionistic/
proof by example
A logical fallacy consisting of providing one or more examples as a proof of a more general statement
proof by exhaustion
The indirect verification or falsification of a statement by the verification or falsification of each of the finite number of cases which arise therefrom
proof of concept
A proof of technology or pilot project
proof of concept
A short and/or incomplete realization of a certain method or idea to demonstrate its feasibility
proof of technology
In software development "proof of technology" (often abbreviated to PoT) is used interchangeably with "proof of concept" (PoC) or "pilot project"
proof reader
A person who reads proof, copy or other text, looking for errors and making corrections
proof spirit
A mixture of alcohol and water used as a standard for distilled drinks
proof system
A set of axioms and a set of inference rules which are jointly used to deduce tautologies, thereby providing proofs of them
proof-of-concept
Alternative spelling of proof of concept
proof paper
1. Paper (as printing-out paper) for making proofs2. Paper used in timing an exposure
proof beyond any reasonable doubt
nearly certain conviction of the veracity of a claim; level of proof that a prosecutor must achieve to convict a criminal in a trial
proof by negation
method of proving a claim as true by proving all other claims as false
proof by the balance of probabilities
convincing with a reasonableness of over 50% in the veracity of a legal claim (in a civil trial)
proof by witnesses
persuasion of the truth of a legal claim by presenting witnesses
proof firing
test firing, checking the working order of weapons by firing ammunition
proof marks
proofreading marks, correction marks written in while editing text
proof of inadequacy
evidence of a defect, proof of disgrace, stain
proof of the pudding
The ultimate evidence attesting the true nature of something: The proof of the pudding is in the election results, not the polling
proof reading
Visually checking content to ensure that it is correct, meaningful and is in the correct layout and style Errors can be ,marked to British Standard 5261 'Marks for copy preparation and proof correction'
proof reading
Checking text in detail for errors
proof reading
Errors are like ants at a picnic: no matter how many you squash, there are always a few more This page gives you tips on how to produce an error-free final copy
proof spirit
An alcohol-water mixture or a beverage containing a standard amount of alcohol, the U.S. standard being 100 proof, or 50 percent, of ethyl alcohol by volume at 60°F (approximately 15.6°C)
proof spirit
strong alcohol, strong liquor
proof spirit
a mixture containing half alcohol by volume at 60 degrees Fahrenheit
proof(p)
(used in combination or as a suffix) able to withstand; "temptation-proof"; "childproof locks
proof-reading
checking written material, editing the print, rereading so as to correct mistakes, looking for mistakes
probabilistically checkable proof
A reasonable proof of a computational theorem or conjecture obtained via a randomized algorithm
presented proof
brought proof, presented evidence, proved
press proof
trial print made before the final printing for the purpose of proof-reading
press proof
to show impression, margins, color, etc
press proof
The last proof for correction before sending to press
press proof
A proof taken on a press, esp
prima facie proof
proof that appears to be true without any further verification
-proof
Used to form adjectives denoting an impervious or impenetrable quality
110 proof
Stronger than strong

Attention must be paid to Dr. Ron Paul, the 110-proof libertarian in the Republican race.

110 proof
Intensely; strongly

The crowd which jams the grandstands... constitutes the most informal assemblage in the world. This crowd is 110 proof democratic and unconventional. Judge, subway guard, doctor, banker,..., laborer—they can all sit in the same row.

artist's proof
A very early proof impression of an engraving, or the like; -- often distinguished by the artist's signature
bullet-proof
Alternative spelling of bulletproof. (Capable of withstanding a direct shot, reliable, or unbreakable)
burden of proof
The duty of a party in a legal proceeding to prove an assertion of fact; it includes both the burden of production and the burden of persuasion; the onus probandi
burdens of proof
plural form of burden of proof
explosion-proof
Designed and constructed to withstand or minimize damage from an internal or external explosion
galley proof
A trial page or proof of continuous text that has not been divided into pages
idiot-proof
Incapable of being misused even by the most stupid or careless of users
judgement proof
Who is exempt from the payment of debts, either because of insufficient funds or because of protection by statute
judgment proof
Of a person whom a judgment cannot be enforced against
negative proof
A fallacious judgment that because a premise cannot be proven true, that premise must be false
ontological proof
Alternative name of ontological argument
page proof
A trial page or proof that has been made up into pages
proofer
One who proofs
proofer
A printer used to make proofing copies that look like how it will come out of the press
proofer
A chamber used in baking that encourages fermentation of dough by yeast through warm temperatures and controlled humidity
proofing
Present participle of proof
proofing
A step in creating yeast breads and baked goods, during which the yeast is allowed to leaven the dough
proofs
samples of the copy and layout of a printed document for review by the author or a proofreader before mass printing
proofs
: Plural of proof
rabbit-proof
That which hinders the free movement of rabbits
sale-proof
An item, product or idea that is nearly impossible to sell to others

That used car has one thing going for it: it is sale-proof.

the proof is in the pudding
Alternative form of the proof of the pudding is in the eating
the proof of the pudding is in the eating
The only real test of something is as what it is intended to be used for
zero-knowledge proof
An interactive method for one party to prove to another that a (usually mathematical) statement is true, without revealing anything other than the veracity of the statement
earthquake-proof
Not harmed by earthquakes
alcoholic proof
Alcoholic proof is an obsolete measure of how much ethanol is in an alcoholic beverage, and is approximately twice the percentage of alcohol by volume (ABV, the unit that is commonly used at percent)
future-proof
(adjective) (of a product) unlikely to become obsolete
Proof of Concept
poc
proofed
treated so as to become resistant; "rust-proofed automobiles"; "shrink-proofed fabrics
proofed
treated so as to become resistant; "rust-proofed automobiles"; "shrink-proofed fabrics"
proofed
past of proof
proofing
{i} making impervious, sealing; substance used for sealing
proofing
An intermediate stage in the production process when pages are checked for errors and corrected
proofing
In OCR, the results are never perfect The same is true for conversion to PDF Proofing (in this context) is a service by which the resulting OCR text or PDF file is repaired for errors induced by the OCR process
proofing
A method of checking for errors prior to printing an order A press proof is used by the printing press operator to ensure the correctness of the finished product during the production of the order
proofs
A small (8x10) print, which you can use to see what your print will look like BEFORE we make the final print
proofs
Coins struck for collectors using specially polished dies
proofs
typeset copy to be corrected; first proofs are copies of the text when it has been typeset but not otherwise corrected; final proofs are copies of the text which has been corrected and requires final checking
proofs
Plural of proof
proofs
Sample stamps printed to test the dies, plates, and ink before the regular printing is made
proofs
A sample of the print job made from plates, film or electronic files Proofs are used to ensure quality
proofs
Copies that precede the official publication of the book The usual order is: galley proof, uncorrected bound proof in paperwraps and, occasionally, advance reading copy bound in paperwraps
proofs
The typeset pages of a book before it is printed
proofs
Trial impressions from a die or printing plate before actual stamp production Proofs are made to examine a die or plate for defects or to compare the results of using different inks
proofs
Proofs are prints that are created in addition to the limited signed and numbered edition, authorized by the artist The total size of an art edition consists of the signed and numbered prints plus all outstanding proofs If a set of proofs consists of more than one print, numbers are inscribed to indicate the number of the print within the total number of the particular type of proof, (for example, PP 6/20 means the sixth print in a set of 20 identical prints authorized as publisher’s proofs) The artist usually signs the proofs as validation of the prints
proofs
n, pl 1 Prints created in addition to the limited, signed-and-numbered edition Only one type of proof, the artist’s proof (traditionally the first ten percent of each edition), is sold as part of a regular edition Usage Note: There are several other types of proofs not available for purchase, including publisher’s proofs (signed-and-numbered proofs originally used as donations or as gifts from the artists and publishers), printer’s proofs (retained by the printer as reference), and exhibition or sample proofs (made available to galleries for display purposes)
proofs
There are many different types of proofs available In most cases, the type of proof shown is based on the method in which the copy and artwork was furnished or produced, and the type of printing equipment it will be produced on Some choices are available based on your areas of concern [see complete proof descriptions]
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