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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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If you convert either of these memes into a universal hypothesis, it's incredibly easy to disprove them.
But like their counterparts in the social sciences, literary theories are notoriously difficult to disprove.
That is why she needs to go there and disprove these allegations and evidence presented against her.
Still, as extensive genetic sequences of the many other primates become available, Pilbeam suspects that the timing of the final hominid-chimp split will be moved back far enough to disprove the hybridization hypothesis.
They formulate theories and then act to prove or disprove them.
New York -- C-Fam's Austin Ruse also reports on a conference held at UN headquarters on February 19, 2004, which considered tactics to disprove that the UN promotes abortion.
It is not possible to prove or disprove the really important things in life and every religion is ultimately based on faith.
Part of the message in his writing was to disprove black inferiority and white supremacy, particularly in Sex and Race, a three volume series of books that Rogers wrote about miscegenation.
Partly because his basic premise is so forceful, Brands has to spend much of the book explaining why every expansion of government since the American Revolution doesn't disprove it.
In our haste to open trade lanes and move cargo more quickly and cheaply, we have done little to disprove Zinsser's sad indictment.
But the Native's demise may actually have had more to do with its unpopular crusade to disprove the widely accepted notion that HIV is the cause of AIDS.