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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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Its fifty-year time span alone--1880 to the Present Day of the early 1930s--demanded an unusual degree of compression, especially at the stage of final revision late in 1936 when Woolf cut "two enormous chunks" from the galley proofs.
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.
When the principal saw the galley proofs, Emerson said, he ordered the entire paper killed.
In newspapers, we used to talk about galley proofs, randoms, the stone, the creed and formes.
I still retain the galley proofs for this ad as part of my personal archive.
Three MDF walls, hinged like giant books whose eaves sheltered bookish works partitioned the exhibition space; in an adjoining room, an enormous drafting table, Si l'on pouvait etre un Peau-Rouge/table d'orientation (all works 2009), constructed from more boards, was arrayed with pages suggesting blank galley proofs.
1) Beginning in June 1913 Husserl tried just to make minor changes in the text, and this work actually reached the stage of galley proofs.
The archive was acquired in 1999 and includes typescripts, manuscripts, galley proofs and holographs for several of Lessing's major works, such as "Briefing for a Descent into Hell" (1971), "The Good Terrorist" (1985) and "Mara and Dann" (1999).
When Robert Epstein, formerly of Psychology Today, offered us a chance to publish his interview with Botstein (page 659), I jumped at the chance and pulled my dog-eared, marked-up copy of the galley proofs of Botstein's book from the overstuffed shelves in my office.
Brunschwig's collages are built around galley proofs of Celan's poetry.
Two different as, characters 1 and 2 of B-42, were identified on two of our galley proofs, matching the two indistinct Zedler characters.