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- noun A person who
- noun A person whose
occupationis to proofread.
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- noun someone who reads proof in order to find errors and mark corrections
My usual proofreader is nꦓot a good choice for this sem🦩i-technical article.
My regular proofreader is out of commission and I seem to have le🌳t a few details slip.
And, speaking of angels, remember when I said a freelance editor and proofreader from the U.S. offered to edit m꧙y book in exchange for a trip to Mexico?
And, speaking of angels, remember when I said a freelance editor and proofreader from the U.S. offered to 🎉edit my book in exchange for a trip to🧔 Mexico?
LeisureGuy and others — if we charged a $50 annual subscription fee, a proofreader is the last thing we would spend it on.
Finally I e-mailed him back and carbon copied it to my supervisor basically saying that I had other ads that were more important than his right now and I'll get to his when I can and if he wants to talk about changes or whatever to call the proofreader and leave me the hell alone.
Otherwise it wouldn't have been parallel with "proofreader", a♛nd we wouldn't have known how to spell the verb "copyedit".
I probably talk about proof reading more than anything else, because it's the most time-consuming of all my tasks, but I wouldn't call myself a 'proofreader'.
January 28th, 2010 at 1: 51 pm you really need proofreader to intercede before entries are posted. ᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚ𒀱ᩚᩚᩚkafka says:
Please for the love of Zeus someone at CAP get a proofreader for Yglesias.