page proof

page proof

[′pāj ‚prüf]
(graphic arts)
A proof received from a compositor after the galley, and having the form of the final page, usually including any illustrations.
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But Proust (famous for his page proof revisions) only lived long enough to revise part of his book.
They include authors of notes, comments, and book reviews, and the production editor, whose duties include making manuscripts ready for set-up by the printer and checking page proof materials for accuracy.
My friend and her boss compared the original data to the material on the page proof.
I don't think we will ever again sign a page proof without wondering: Did we miss something that Phil would have caught?
The mistake, however, is a serious one, and if I'd had my wits about me as an editor, I wouldn't have let the author mix up his tenses in manuscript or allowed him in page proof to lapse into poetic license.
The discussion of consumers' durable commodities is essentially the same in the page proof version of the article and the Economic Journal article.
Our Art Department will add table structures for your approval at the page proof stage.
At the request of the publisher prior to publication I read this book in page proof and offered an opinion of the book that is printed on the cover.
By Seeking The Gold out of the Seattle Slew mare Page Proof, the five-year-old filly was trained by Hideyuki Mori and ridden by Yutaka Take when she scored her historic victory in the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville last August.
Seeking The Pearl's dam Page Proof won just once in minor US company and shared her dam with the ultimately disappointing Thorn Dance, who proved to be only a Listed-class sprinter for Henry Cecil but has sired Prix Robert Papin winner General Monash (a half-brother to King Of Kings).
As a bonus, at the same time and without human effort, it provides press operators with a respectable page proof on a computer monitor.
It was obvious that succession planning was needed moving forward, so as I worked with the Editorial Board, I was very transparent and had each member read page proofs at least once, write an Editorial each year, and help plan special issues so that they had that experience to step into my shoes at any time.