(logic) | proof theory - The branch of logic describing procedures for
combining logical statements to show, by a series of
truth-preserving transformations, that one statement is a
consequence of some other statement or group of statements. |

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Proof

Proof charge

proof coin

Proof impression

Proof load

Proof reader

Proof sheet

proof spirit

Proof staff

Proof stick

Proof text

**-- proof theory --**

Proof-arm

Proof-proof

PROOF/L

proofed

Proofless

proofread

proofreader

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Prootic

Prop

prop root

prop up

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Proof

Proof charge

proof coin

Proof impression

Proof load

Proof reader

Proof sheet

proof spirit

Proof staff

Proof stick

Proof text

Proof-arm

Proof-proof

PROOF/L

proofed

Proofless

proofread

proofreader

Proostracum

Prootic

Prop

prop root

prop up

Propaedeutic

Propaedeutics

Propagable

Propaganda