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Which is the correct preposition to follow ‘proof’ in this context:
Most student enroll at unuversity with the aim of getting the degree required for a particular job. One good proof for/ of this is a recent survey conducted in some Egyptian universities......
Should I write ‘for’ or ‘of’?
asked Sep 2, 2018 at 13:05
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Either are acceptable depending on how one uses them
Proof Of Concept
is an established term in business and elsewhere to show evidence that something can be done.
It is never
Proof for Concept
The proof for the viability of our proposal was demonstrated by the Proof of Concept.
answered Sep 3, 2018 at 2:12
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