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- v. Present participle of edit.
- n. an act or instance of something being edited
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form
Sorry, no etymologies found.
That is what he calls editing, which is the special duty of an
(To recap, the editing is a joint venture for separate publishers in Australia, the UK and the USA – same book, different editions, same publication date of November 2009.)
Collaboration has a long history in editing, which is one of the factors behind the easy accommodation of editorial projects in the digital realm.
"It's what you call editing," Fernando Ruiz, who frequently addresses the commission, said
Learn that editing is the most important part of writing (at least for me) and that you have to edit, edit, edit yourself.
I might be able to stretch it up to 80000 words in total when the editing is done.
While my fellow committee members assisted me in editing the final work product, the body of the commentary was drafted by me and was to be attributed to me, but for some reason, that didn't occur.
So apparently, the massive spike in traffic and editing from the recent Syfy posts have essentially broken the internet.
Of course as a blogger, editing is an necessary part of my daily life.
I love to be edited if the editing is intelligent and I had about five good friends who were essential to the germination and progression of the book.
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