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Synonyms for editor

(computer science) a program designed to perform such editorial functions as rearrangement or modification or deletion of data

References in classic literature ?
One might have sup- posed that the doctor had been watching from his office window and had seen the editor going along the alleyway.
I shouldn't be a bit surprised if you had to write the whole paper; an' as for any boy editor, you could lick him writin', I bate ye, with one hand tied behind ye.
editor of a very curious volume, entitled ``Ancient Metrical Tales, printed chiefly from original sources, 1829.
By each window do you see there are standing three reporters and an old editor, and this old editor is the worst, for he doesn't understand anything
As Bell had worked out his invention in Salem, one editor displayed the headline, "Salem Witchcraft.
The editor was at breakfast in a large, sad apartment.
It was in the silly season, and a prominent editor, a cousin of the temporary laboratory-assistant, appealed to the conscience of the nation.
It seems a pity to let the dinner spoil,' said the Editor of a well-known daily paper; and thereupon the Doctor rang the bell.
Beauchamp, an editor of a paper, and the terror of the French government, but of whom, in spite of his national celebrity, you perhaps have not heard in Italy, since his paper is prohibited there; and M.
In the present case the line bracketed is the very last which a full-grown male editor would be likely to interpolate.
Bright condescended to avail himself of my literary experience by constituting me editor of the "Wonder-Book.
He was a German enthusiast, and editor of a newspaper, from whose leading articles he quoted frequently.
and it was not known even to the editor of the newspaper whither they were gone.
An editor might have corrected "Wickliffe's 'Epigoniad' " to "Wilkie's 'Epigoniad'," but is unlikely to have added "Tuckerman's 'Sicily' " to the list of books read by the narrator.
The criticisms of the editor do not particularly please us.