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4 : to test by experiment or by a standard <Tests proved that the vaccine is effective.
However, in work that astonished the mathematicians of his day, the Russian-born Georg Cantor proved in 1873 that the real numbers (all the numbers that make up the number line) form a bigger infinity than the counting numbers do.
During the prove, the volume of both the calibrated master meter and the field meter being proved can be measured precisely during the prove cycle, using pulse interpolation as described in API Chapter 4, Section 6 Pulse Interpolation.
Of course, Galileo proved no such thing, although he certainly tried.
And, of course, it can be proved that two plus two is four (proved, that is, with the aid of the whole of math, as I said, though in the case of two plus two, of course we do not need the whole of math to prove that it is four).
Amazingly, more than a hundred years ago, mathematicians proved that every closed surface in space is simply some version of a sphere, a doughnut surface--which they call a torus--or a torus with extra holes.
19] In this case, there was no reliable evidence that proved Stanley was involved in the illegal attempt to distribute the cocaine.
No one has yet proved the conjecture, but a researcher in Germany has now verified that all even numbers up to 4 x [10.
While TPIs proved valuable in the successful resolution of the Freemen siege, crisis managers and negotiators should understand that using TPIs in all hostage or barricade situations remains uncertain and should not be considered a panacea for these types of incidents.