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Synonyms for editing

putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form

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In 1988 Professor Robert Weiss was also appointed as an Associate Editor of Polymer Composites and by 1998 Professor Weiss was appointed Editor-in-Chief of both Journals.
It was a privilege to be an Associate Editor, and the work was simply one delightful aspect of the task.
Geske, 32, joined Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications in 2003 and served as associate editor until her promotion.
The division asked associate editors to suggest leading ASABE researchers who might contribute.
Case History--Gold medal for Uncommon Vision by Senior Associate Editor Meg Green (August '06)
Associate Editor Caryn Meyers Fliegler was in contact with St.
Especially distressing was the statement by your associate editor and columnist Bryan Cones ("A woman's place?
We also thank Associate Editor Ann McClure for her many contributions to DA, as she now moves to our sister publication UNIVERSITY BUSINESS magazine.
reason is happy to welcome Katherine Mangu-Ward, our new associate editor, who started her journalism career as an intern in reason's Washington bureau in the summer of 2000.
It is an honor to be named as the new associate editor of the Practice and Theory sections of the Journal of Mental Health Counseling (JMHC).
He earned his juris doctor in May 1998 from the Fordham University School of Law, where he served as associate editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal.
My Life With The Saints by Jesuit priest and associate editor of the national Catholic weekly magazine "America" James Martin is an engaging autobiographical documentation of his personal life experiences from an indifferent Catholic childhood, to the education he received at the Wharton School of Business, and a Jesuit priest's seemingly standard business career in Manhattan.
Rick Auger has agreed to move from associate editor to editor.
To launch these new features and move forward with the current ones, I have created a series of associate editor positions, each of which will have responsibility for soliciting manuscripts, receiving and sending specific categories of manuscripts out for review, and making final dispositions on those manuscripts.
Second, with this issue, James Panero, our Associate Editor since 2002, becomes Managing Editor.
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