expurgate


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  • verb

Synonyms for expurgate

Synonyms for expurgate

to examine (material) and remove parts considered harmful or improper for publication or transmission

Synonyms for expurgate

edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

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eXpurgate is the world's only spam filter and e-mail categorisation service that offers reliable protection against spam and phishing mails, recognises potentially dangerous e-mails and differentiates between individual mails and any kind of bulk mail.
After a customizable time span, eXpurgate will reconfirm the message's status.
The decision in favour of eXpurgate was clinched by its exceptionally high spam recognition rate, the elimination - due to the way the system operates - of false positives (emails that are mistakenly categorised as spam) for business-related emails, and the low levels of administration and hardware required.
More than 30,000 businesses of all sizes use the eXpurgate service.
Robert Rothe, eleven's founder and managing director, has a simple explanation for this positive trend - eleven's unique eXpurgate technology: "Nowadays, anti-spam solutions have to meet three primary requirements: to protect businesses against the exponential growth of spam levels and the ingenious tricks developed by spammers, to prevent false positives and to safeguard business-related email communication at all times.
It is thought likely that negotiations will take place to expurgate details which Mr Meldrum regards as personal.
BERLIN and HEIDELBERG, Germany, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- On the eve of the 13th General Meeting of the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) in Heidelberg, Germany, the Berlin-based email security specialist eleven has announced the continuation of its growth trend: there are currently more than 30,000 businesses worldwide that use eleven solutions - such as eXpurgate, the spam filter and email categorisation service.
Subsequent copies of the manuscript however all contain the expression; the most likely explanation is a later attempt to expurgate the manuscript of all inappropriate material.
As the quasi-autobiographical plot nears its end, Greene abandons his narrator-hero and adopts a first person monody in which he vehemently attempts to expurgate the dangers of human vanity.
It was so popular that (unusually) four censors were hired to expurgate it.
In a very natural manner, was there any other reaction possible for a Native artist in the face of the (in)famous Act than to let himself be carried away by this atavistic reaction, this visceral hatred and to expurgate it by putting holes in the victim with a gun?
They are subject to outside pressures as well as personal beliefs that demand that they expurgate, soften or distort meaning.
I have heard nothing but expurgate, expurgate, expurgate, from the day I started," Whitman told Horace Traubel, his longtime friend and secretary.
To conclude and to respond to some of the issues raised in this volume, here are a few of my own aphorisms to digest: better to denounce parts of the Bible to serve God than seek to save the God of the Bible in a Pyrrhic victory; better to expurgate the texts of terror than the Amalekites who are called to be exterminated; better to highlight the gap between God and humanity by identifying biblical passages ingrained by human frailty and sin than seek to justify these passages while sullying the image of God through humanity's frailty and sin; better, at least in many of the above cases, to listen to the atheist's questioning and doubting words than the pious, faithful platitudes of the theist.
Working with the Acquisition Reform Working Group, FEI managed to expurgate a harmful provision from the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act that would have significantly increased the compliance costs of government contractors.