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Synonyms for redact

someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication

formulate in a particular style or language

prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting

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Police said in Friday's report "identifiers and comments made by juveniles (were redacted) due to the nature of content, and information regarding juveniles."
While Mueller found no Russian collusion in Trump's campaign for the 2016 presidential elections during his 22-month long investigation, he fell short of completely exonerating the incumbent US President when it came to obstruction of justice, Barr had said while releasing the redacted report last month.
The redacted version of Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election outlined multiple instances where Trump tried to thwart the probe.
Devin Nunes, R-Calif., - has signed on to an effort to demand that the attorney general provide the House Intelligence Committee with any redacted intelligence and counterintelligence information Mueller considered in compiling his report.
In addition to allegedly supplying the Iranians with information, the prosecution also said that Segev "carried out various missions when he was asked." The details of those "missions" were redacted.
Additionally, an unredacted copy of the original application (including all attachments) and a redacted copy must be emailed, in PDF format, to all commission members by the same date and time.
It contains four passages, comprising a total of 21 lines, redacted by Hartlepool Council.
As described by the police officer at the scene through a redacted PDF file, among the items found in the singer's room were a prescription for generic sedative Ambien with one pill broken in half, a glass of Corona beer less than half full and an empty bottle of Stella Artois pilsner.
Lady Justice Macur's report into the 2000 Waterhouse Inquiry had originally redacted the former police chief's name when it was published last year.
In the redacted version of his judgment, the judge said: "I will therefore direct under Section 116 that (REDACTED) shall be appointed as administrator of the estate of the deceased for the limited purpose of disposing of the body of the deceased in the following manner.
In the public redacted version of his judgment, the judge concluded: "I will therefore direct under Section 116 that (REDACTED) shall be appointed as administrator of the estate of the deceased for the limited purpose of disposing of the body of the deceased in the following manner.
Differences in characteristics of beneficiaries with and without redacted claims were examined in bivariate analyses.
"By eliminating the need for manual redaction, Blackout users have seen huge reductions in the cost and turnaround time for review, as well as having more confidence that 100% of sensitive information has been redacted," said Steve Ankenbrandt, CEO of Milyli.
Some issuers redacted too much information, Plemons said.