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redact

verb blot out, censor, cut out, delete, edit, edit out, erase, excise, expunge, extirpate, make deletions, redraft, revamp, rework, rewrite, strike out, work over
Associated concepts: censorship, redact testimony
See also: edit, formulate, revise
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While the redacted version flagged up job opportunities, the un-redacted version sounds a note of caution, warning it was less clear how sustainable shale gas investments would be and if rural communities would be able to take advantage of them.
The second President Bush ordered that the chapter be redacted, arguing that it would expose "sources and methods that would make it harder for us to win the war on terror".
In Denbighshire and Anglesey, most of each county's 20 highest recipients had their details redacted.
htm) EU's antitrust investigation into the credit default swaps market , were not redacted using sophisticated enough IT software and the covered text can, with the right technology, be revealed.
The audit copy enables the Records Manager to refer back to translucent redactions, so that they do not need to compare original and redacted documents side by side.
District Judge Barbara Crabb did not require them to seek advance permission to file them secretly, nor did she mandate that the companies make redacted copies available for the public.
Although most of the data published so far, which the hackers began putting online over the weekend, has been redacted, the Age reports.
Undoubtedly, there were many more laugh lines in the redacted material.
The purpose of the flight and who was on board are unknown as details of the flight log have been heavily redacted.
The purpose of the flight and who was on board have not been established because details of the flight log have been heavily redacted, it was reported.
lt;p>In notification letters made public, the bank said it had redacted sensitive information in Chapter 13 bankruptcy proof-of-claim forms that were filed electronically, but that the information turned out to be viewable "as a result of the deficiency in the software used to save imaged documents.