- n. A chamber used in baking that encourages fermentation of dough by yeast through warm temperatures and controlled humidity.
- n. One who proofs.
“A proofer is a guy that goes over the translation, checks for spelling and grammer mistakes as well as logic and punctuation errors.”
“We get so close to our materials that it's easy to miss things and your detail oriented proofer can catch mistakes that could be a deal breaker if left unnoticed.”
“She spent a lot of time on each issue, serving as writer, editor, copy editor, proofer and ad salesperson.”
“Yes her publisher is really doing her a disservice, even an amateur proofer could have caught most of the problems.”
“Liane: Spell check is a completely worthless program; trust the pro proofer here.”
“I live in "Texes" and really want to send in a wreck...but here's irony: I, the proofer, was deeply distressed when I discovered that my local grocery store cake decorators can spell and write well...bummer!”
“But sometimes, it's more efficient in terms of overall time/effort/costs to hire two proficient keyboarders to keyboard the books/papers in question, and use diff to compare them, then pay a proofer to proof against hardcopy original.”
“The proofer spotlight is just a way for me to appreciate them publicly, thus reducing the odds of them killing me in my sleep.”
“Subterranean, our proofer and our printer are still looking into what went wrong, so we can avoid this sort of problem in the future.”
“All of the art is in house, the completed signature pages are due in our offices today, and our crack proofer is two days away from turning in the final round of changes.”
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