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galley proof

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a printer's proof, esp one taken on a long strip of paper from type in a galley, used to make corrections before the matter has been split into pages. Often shortened to: galley

gal′ley proof`


n.
a proof, orig. one set from type in a galley, taken before the material has been made up into pages and usu. printed as a single column of type with wide margins for marking corrections.
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Noun1.galley proof - a proof taken before the type is broken up to print pages
test copy, trial impression, proof - (printing) an impression made to check for errors
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galley proof

n (Typ) → bozza in colonna
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A galley proof of the article will be sent to the author in PDF format.
The version reviewed was a low-resolution galley proof.
Another important recent acquisition for the Magi Collection is an uncorrected galley proof of Elizabeth Nowell's Thomas Wolfe: A Biography (Doubleday, 1960).
Particularly significant are the large cuts at the galley proof stage like Peggy's extensive interior monologue at the final party of the Present Day section where she feels separate, excluded from the exuberance.
Two days after the completion of the galley proof of the final Japanese volume in May last year, the elderly founder of the publishing house responsible passed away.
This is a signed galley proof of Pudd'nhead Wilson.
What is perhaps surprising is her reference to the two being identical in 'paper', as the 'Fraser' copy is clearly printed on galley proof paper, which was generally a cheaper stock than that used in finished books, in this case probably newsprint.
Briefly, we read from original copy, often written in longhand by a reporter and more often than not well nigh unreadable, to the reader, who made corrections on a galley proof.
But in the book--F&J received an uncorrected galley proof of it--Raymond recalls an Oct.
Springer will take over from the galley proof stage forward.
They want to see books three months prior to publication, so send them a galley proof if you have to.
The second revised galley proof--with the annotation "Return this proof to Mr MLeod," is especially important because the final Daily Mail text has two changes that have authority neither in the revised galley proofs nor in any of the other pre-publication texts.