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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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Make your mind easy, sir; I shall find the proof that everybody asks me for in her guilty face.
Then the whole thing came to me in an instant, and I only needed certain corroborative proofs, which I speedily obtained.
As he passed your window he saw, by means of his great height, these proofs upon your table, and conjectured what they were.
Well, when he saw that they were indeed the proofs, it was then that he yielded to temptation.
He put his gloves on the chair, and he took the proofs, sheet by sheet, to copy them.
A committee of twelve members was chosen to examine the proofs brought forward by Morcerf.
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At the bottom of Thomas Hales's massive proof of Kepler's idea is a "poetic" insight that reduces the proof to "a very large list of routine computations.
Liza queers things by revealing a Doppler effect between live and living proof as well as a double vision blurring her life and her art.
This cloudiness is purely aesthetic, but as a result you won't find too many unfiltered bourbons at less than 100 proof.
The main result of this paper is the proof that there always exists a through-vertex Hamiltonian path in grids consisting of triangles or tetrahedra, under very mild conditions.
This risk is of particular concern because the FDA would like to see some evidence of dose response from a proof of concept study.