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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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Gemme cited privacy concerns expressed by the people who made those complaints of police misconduct against Officer Rojas in redacting all four cases in their entirety.
The Foreign Secretary's argument for redacting the paragraphs is that the "control principle" [here to mean: understanding on which intelligence is shared confidentially between the U.S.
b) Did the newspaper itself do the redacting? That's hard to believe.
There are commercial options available, with software specifically designed for redacting.
Despite privacy and identity theft concerns, the Oklahoma Supreme Court has rescinded a controversial rule closing many online court records and redacting information from court files.
The solution melds Kofax's Ascent platform and CSI's IntelliDact redaction software for imaging, processing, indexing and redacting as part of a scanning workflow.
In doing so he played a critical role in redacting the texts of all three Gymnastica.
By incorporating and redacting these psalms the Chronicler has given them a n ew setting and a distinctively different meaning.