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counterproof

(ˈkaʊntəˌpruːf)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a reverse impression of a newly printed proof of an engraving made by laying it while wet upon plain paper and passing it through the press
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(6) In the historical and popular literature on the revolt, therefore, the tendency is clear: the Warsaw Ghetto Revolt is celebrated as a revolution in Jewish history and as counterproof to the myth that Jews did not fight back, and generally linked to the struggle for the creation of the Jewish state.
A counterproof, where a second blood sample is collected by the OVS and is tested by the National Reference Laboratory, was requested by five property owners.
Although in the scheme of his argument it was meant to be a counterproof to his primary contention, it is the reconfiguration of the relationship between citizenship, ingenuity, and the mechanical arts that is most noticeable.
Newmarket David Milnes Counterproof (4.40 Wolverhampton, nap) Finished third in a better maiden than this over course and distance last month.
(11) Without equally strong counterproof. I hazard that formula (2) should be applied to historical figures, at least from the Qin to the Tang eras, in all modern references.
Some publications have indicated that no physical machine can be designed to surpass the Turing machines and that it is not possible to construct a counterproof. In other words, the hypercomputer ideas could be hypothetical and physically non-existent.
Health agents threaten dog owners with heavy fines for refusing the serological analysis of their animals, and thousands of diagnosed dogs, with a high probability of being false positives, are eliminated every year without a counterproof. Hence, instead of submitting their dogs to the serological screening, owners refuse the entrance of health agents into their homes or transfer their animals to areas where there is no serological screening.
(125) See MUELLER & KIRKPATRICK, supra note 6, [section] 6.61 ("Counterproof is admissible if it contradicts on a matter that counts in the case, but not otherwise."); see also BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY 256 (7th ed.
And here is the counterproof of this proposition: the person who does not understand repeats the words, or has them repeated to him.
counterproof) from discrimination in a substantial part of the system.
Brown is very much attracted by the Lakatos picture of mathematical concepts being refined through proof and counterproof, definitions being far from mere summaries of data, but rather "fallible attempts to capture our intuitive concepts", concepts which change under theorising.