Proof
The word proof can mean:
- originally, a test assessing the validity or quality of something.
- a rigorous, compelling argument, including:
- a logical argument or a mathematical proof (see also proof theory).
- a legal proof.
- a large accumulation of scientific evidence.
- a photograph, print or page layout presented as an example for proofreading or approval.
- alcoholic proof, a measure of how much ethanol is in an alcoholic beverage.
- proof coinage, a coin made as an example of a particular strike.
- Proof, a play by David Auburn.
- Proof, a film by Jocelyn Moorhouse.
- Proof, a rapper and member of the group D12.
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