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Synonyms for redaction

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

the act of putting something in writing

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"The nature of the review's contents may well call for the redaction of certain material; however, I would question whether this material would be included in its findings and recommendations, and in the interest of public transparency, I would strongly urge that these be published as soon as possible."
Ms Quinlivan said some material had been rendered useless and illegible because of "unwarranted" redactions. Mark Robinson, representing the PSNI, said Major Investigation Team officers carried out the redactions to speed up proceedings and told the court they were proposals approved by the coroner.
He has been told that he must pay $40,000 for that information, because of the extensive time required for employees to scrutinize every document, every email, to determine whether redaction is necessary.
Each of the six ancestral redactions of the conflated Kao/Hsu recension of the Huai-nan Tzu meets the definition of a redaction established above in that each "exhibits a unique format, a unique arrangement of text and commentary, and certain characteristic textual variations." To use Dearing's definition, then, each represents a unique "state" of the text, and each represents a further refinement of the foundational state of the text found in the conflated Kao/Hsu recension, an important "sub-state," if you will.
Attorney General William Barr said the report released Thursday was marred only by "limited redactions," but that's true only for the part of the report dealing with possible obstruction by Trump.
The report includes President Donald Trump's written responses submitted in the Russia probe.Trump's responses are being released by Attorney General William Barr without redactions and comprise 12 pages.
In a letter to the Heads of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, Barr wrote, "We are preparing the report for release, making the redactions that are required.
Les memes questions se posent dans d'autres redactions a travers le monde.
Second, Scotus's text has three levels of redactions. There are redactions (1) made by Scotus himself, (2) by others quoting other (and especially later) texts by Scotus, and (3) by others quoting non-Scotistic texts.
"The redactions in the initial Macur report were made in line with advice received from Lady Justice Macur to protect victims, witnesses and ongoing criminal proceedings."
The archive contains more than 3,000 previously unreleased documents, and more than 30,000 that have been released before but with redactions. It is unclear whether Mr Trump intends to allow the release in full or with redactions.
It is ironic that the SALN with the most redactions was that of Communications Secretary Martin Andanar.
Security checks on the 2.6 million word report have been completed without the need for any redactions.
He wrote: "The national security checking of the inquiry's report has been completed, without the need for any redactions to appear in the text.