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Proof

A coin made with a polished die or using some other special method. It may be struck twice to make the images clearer. Proofs generally do not circulate, but are made for collectors or for sale as illiquid assets.
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The proving ground, which will be used to test both concept vehicles as well as new production prototype Hyundai and Kia cars and trucks, is located north of Highway 58, about eight miles east of Mojave.
The CPA can be an invaluable resource in performing the calculation and proving the amounts.
One of the most important reasons for meter proving in the case of custody transfer is to give both the buyer and seller confidence the volumes they transfer are correct, thus eliminating disputes.
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GM opened its Proving Ground in 1924 on 1,125 acres of land.
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