- v. Simple past tense and past participle of re-edit.
“Why has he withdrawn his elephant killing snuff video-blog from his website and re-edited it from its original three minutes, 58 seconds down to three minutes, 16 seconds?”
“I wish they would simply accept that some of what they are basing their ideas on (mainly the early bits of Genesis) are creation myths from an ancient civilisation, probably re-edited later, getting to grips with big ideas.”
“But sometimes a lovely African-American child comes to me, and asks me, with eyes shining in anticipation, if s/he can read Dr. Doolittle or Mary Poppins, and I go over to the bookshelf, where we have both the old-fashioned versions and the new ones -- and well, I pick out the re-edited ones every time.”
“For the bin Laden story, most big news organisations produced vast amounts of articles as their physical papers were being re-edited.”
“The European release of the film was re-edited by Italian horror film master Dario Argento, with a shorter run-time.”
“One of these sources is the 15th century Ordinal of the Esztergom archcathedral which until 1520 saw at least six printed editions, and - since it was obviously re-edited several times - its antecedents go back at least to the 14th century.”
“The passages are all taken from published sources and re-edited so that the main theme is stated at the beginning and end.”
“Yet the version MGM plans to release in 2012 has been digitally altered and re-edited to make the primary villains North Koreans.”
“I've re-edited this post to add a photo of the Calzada where the tribute to Englands Beatles and Stones was held.”
“He has re-edited the film, with "digitally improved violence and cruelty.”
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