Did you maybe mean reedit?
“I plan on proof reading this article before I hit the Publish Post button, but I know that if I miss something and discover it next week, I can simply open this post up, re-edit it, and re-post it.”
“Then you can go back into Word and re-edit based on your organisation.”
“Do you think the studio caught the thumb-buzz on the 'net and decided to quickly re-edit the movie and remove any glances of Megan's man-sized thumbs?”
“Other major features include Vertov's acclaimed "Three Songs of Lenin" "Tri pesni o Lenine," 1934/38, which he was instructed to re-edit to please Stalin.”
“Perhaps I will re-edit it if it is ever released on DVD.”
“We all like to pretend that writing is a linear process; get an idea, write it down, rough it out, edit, re-edit, submit.”
“Its then up to the author to work by themselves – or with the assessor (at an extra charge) to re-edit their work utilizing the report they are given.”
“If it isn't accurate re-edit your story, believe it or not based on this counter your (1) to many words. 51 to be exact.”
“But thanks to everything from YouTube to the disco re-edit underground to Detroit techno and Chicago house stretching toward three decades of existence, dance fans seem to be hungering for older music more than at any time before.”
“For instance, a re-edit made it less obvious how a SEAL team would line up to storm a room.”
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