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proofread

To read a document for proper grammar or view an image for accuracy and validity. Proofreading is the stage between writing and publishing. Years ago, proofreaders had to be spelling experts; however, most documents today are put through the spell checker feature in the computer. See spell checker and prepress proof.
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If you are a "morning person," it might be most effective to proofread in the morning.
London, November 13 (ANI): Madonna has revealed that she proofreads her teenage daughter's blog before she publishes it.
One Week Before: Carefully proofread the guide and deliver it to the printer.
Meant for young readers in grades 2-5, Read A Zillion Books tells of Pallotta's efforts to proofread his stories, his travels meeting children in fifty states, his visits to schools whether speaking to one class or three thousand kids, and more.
People are very critical of a writer wire hasn't taken the time to do a spell check or to proofread.
There are to be no mistakes in a Torah, which is carefully proofread after completion.
School to home communications will be proofread and spell-checked
Problems started when the student journalists gave the newspaper to Priester and three Fremont English teachers to be proofread before publication.
All printed materials--including Web site content should be proofread by three different people before being made public.
Failure to proofread your message may brand you as a "poor communicator"--which is tantamount to a death sentence in the business world.