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galley proof

[′gal·ē ‚prüf]
(graphic arts)
A reproduction taken from type while the type is still in the galley; the reproduction is reviewed for errors.
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Yet it neither resembles a standard set of galley proofs run off for author corrections, nor does it resemble a publisher's dummy, the intention of which is to mimic the look of the completed product.
After the job has been assigned, prepare a letter of agreement outlining all the specifications: type of paper, preparation of artwork, time line for artwork completion, type of printing process to be used, date the galley proofs will be available to read, time line for printing, delivery date, and instructions as to whether to insert tabs and collate sets.
The archive includes correspondence, galley proofs, photographs and laboratory notebooks from renowned scientists, such as Sydney Brenner, Francis Crick, Max Delbruck, Rosalind Franklin, Aaron Klug, Linus Pauling, Max Perutz, Maurice Wilkins, and James Watson.
Having written hundreds of book reviews myself, I know that reviewers are often compelled to work from uncorrected galley proofs in which there are routinely errors and misprints.
The volume includes the page proofs for the revised introduction and chapter 1, a handwritten manuscript of a completely new version of chapter 1, the galley proofs for revised chapters 2 through 4 (together with several related Forschungsmanuskripten included as Beilagen), a shorthand manuscript of a new version of chapter 5, and two fragments for a foreword to the complete second edition.
Meanwhile, their side effects would prevent Leong from editing the book's galley proofs.
The galley proofs were sent to her many writer friends for blurbs.
It was a world of printing technology which is worth remembering--of galley proofs and page proofs, pasting up, and much more that has largely disappeared.
Lerner spent half a year at Cambridge, coming to understand the General Theory while listening to Keynes lecturing from its galley proofs.
The article that follows is based upon early galley proofs of the book.
Corrections were made on the galley proofs and readers have been spared the pain of a split infinitive, a double word and a few other errors which were discovered in the manuscript.