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be living proof that

To serve as an example for why a particular statement or concept is true. As a former slacker, I'm living proof that anyone can turn their life around with some hard work and dedication.
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be (the) living proof that (or of)

show by your or something's existence and qualities that something is the case.
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Now she says: "I am living proof that we can recover."
I am living proof that not everyone has heard about the possibility and health benefits of platelet donation.
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Just saying, because I, and many others like me, am living proof that a motley bunch of low grades at 16 doesn't mean you can't go on to achieve greater things in real life.
"Too many people think that skin cancer won't happen to them and I am living proof that this is wrong -- skin cancer can happen to any of us no matter how old or young you are."
"One-hundred-and-three years after the Armenian Genocide and I am living proof that the Armenian spirit is still strong.
He said: "I am living proof that having a good care package in place prolongs life.
I am living proof that with access to safety and shelter, one can rebuild a shattered life.
The patient, Tom Patterson, Ph.D., a Professor at University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego), thanked the group that coalesced in the effort to save him and added, I am living proof that MDR bacterial infections can be overcome.
"I am living proof that we live in a country where a young man's life can literally be broken in half and yet he can still rise up and become governor of his state and have a great family."
I am living proof that adults can learn too if they really want to."
I urge others who are struggling to reach out for help because I am living proof that recovery is possible and that your life can change for the better.
"I believe I am living proof that these powers lie dormant in all of us," he writes in his book, Struck by Genius: How a Brain Injury Made Me a Mathematical Marvel.
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