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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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The differences between Chronicles and Samuel-Kings may be indicative of the way that redactors bound the Torah to the Former Prophets, and therefore can serve as an example of how ancient traditions were expanded.
Thus, the redactor of the aristocratic version makes important changes by removing details that in the Cronica version supply historical context, minimizing the role of Blancheflor's Christian mother, omitting violence from the tale in all but the end, after Floire's conversion, and eliminating the spiritual content of Floire's conversion, assigning it an amorous content instead.
Conversely, a literary borrowing from a legal source shows that the redactor and audience were both familiar with their native law and heightens the import of the offence, establishing the very calculated nature of the insult.
It avoided the reproaches that had been posed in particular by the Tuscan ex-friar and ex-Mason Giovanni Gualberto Bottarelli in L'ordre des Francs-Macons trahi et le secret des Mopses revele and in Les Francs-Macons ecrases, two works that appeared in 1745 and 1747 respectively and were utilized by the redactor of the entry in the Nuovo dizionario.
Traditionally, it has been usual to say that when Barlaam and Josaphat made its way back into Japan it did so with its origin unremarked, its redactor hot noticing the work's Buddhist associations, even in this most Buddhist of countries.
We read the revealed texts from a literary standpoint (discerning genre and style), from a historical standpoint (determining what "really" happened), and from the angle of redactor (teasing out the theological aims of the author).
These were systematized by the Evangelist called John and further edited by a final redactor.
Basically, the manual automobile gearbox (including heavy, medium, light and mini gearboxes), sedan gearbox and motorcycle gear now can be produced at China and can meet the demands of automobile makers, and moreover, some of gears and gearboxes have been exported; but the automatic automobile gearbox currently still depends on import; in the aspects of vehicle drive axle, driving/driven spiral bevel gear and wheel redactor, most of them can meet China's domestic demands; the drive axle and bevel gear industry represented by Dongfeng Axle Co.
It would then be odd to claim that the charism of inspiration is limited to a final redactor, when in fact that redactor's contribution might have been minimal, and earlier authors were responsible for the production of most of a given text.
The Redactor did not intend the sort of nuanced intertextuality so beloved by Muilenberg, Trible, Alter, Sternberg, Simon and other literary critics.
I whispered to my husband, "Do you suppose some biblical redactor left out the numbers?
Whatever the genesis of this novel may have been, the present study proves very well the high literary skill of its final redactor and the ability of Christians to absorb and adapt current literary genres to their message.