Maybe Facebook and Twitter could do a better job of requiring people with accounts to prove they are who they say they are.
Selling the case to Moscow for building that base is likely to prove Mission Impossible.
The problem with the arguments for inaction isn't that they're wrong, it's that they prove too much.
Perhaps the latter will prove a good jumping off point for future conversations.
In 2005 the Dutch government put money in the hands of several research groups and told them to prove it could work.
I had to pay it to prove how much I love you; but let us forget it now.
Everything combines to prove the accuracy of my observations.
It is never too late to prove God's existence if the world is created.
To my mind the long-bow is a better weapon than the arbalest, but it may be ill for me to prove it.
The sequel will prove that, in choosing their chiefs, the colonists had made no mistake about him.
late 12c., pruven, proven "to try, test; evaluate; demonstrate," from Old French prover, pruver "show; convince; put to the test" (11c., Modern French prouver), from Latin probare "to make good; esteem, represent as good; make credible, show, demonstrate; test, inspect; judge by trial" (source also of Spanish probar, Italian probare), from probus "worthy, good, upright, virtuous," from PIE *pro-bhwo- "being in front," from *pro-, extended form of root *per- (1) "forward, through" (see per), + root *bhu- "to be" (cf. Latin fui "I have been," futurus "about to be;" Old English beon "to be;" see be). Related: Proved; proven; proving.