For example, she writes: [s]he [Lara Friedman] proceeds to question if Jews were ‘refugees’ at all—a ‘degrading’ term.
proceeds from mining should fund social projects such as schools and hospitals.
"The objective was to take the proceeds out of the crime, to take away the incentive to commit the crime," he told reporters.
"results, profits," 1660s, from proceed (v.) on the notion of "that which proceeds" from some event or activity.
late 14c., "to go on," also "to emanate from, result from," from Old French proceder (13c., Modern French procéder) and directly from Latin procedere (past participle processus) "go before, go forward, advance, make progress; come forward," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + cedere "to go" (see cede). Related: Proceeded; proceeding.