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  • GROVE: Well, yesterday in my column I sort of declared a fatwa (ph) against the person I'm calling redactive (ph) from here on out.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2004

  • If we went instead with "movement against the redactive trend," or something else less subjective, we'd probably be in better shape all around.

    More On Mythicism

  • Did you see the poor redactive job of personal information by the BOSTON HERALD?

    Cambridge police arrest Henry Louis Gates

  • While Elizabeth's great redactive power clamped around the pulsating psyche and kept it from disintegrating, she also directed Brede's flaring limbics as though they were countless metapsychic torches burning away the accumulated cortical debris of a lifetime 14,000 years in length.

    The Golden Torc

  • We will give the tool to Sukey and hope that her redactive powers are sufficient.

    The Golden Torc

  • Elizabeth's mind might be convalescent, but when she recovered, her farsensing and redactive abilities would far exceed those of any Tanu Great Ones.

    The Golden Torc

  • This young woman, who also had redactive power, had gone snooping into the mind of unconscious Stein.

    The Golden Torc

  • But in spite of his beauty and his great redactive skill, members of the Host rarely sought him out for the healing, even though he was their brother.

    The Golden Torc

  • Severe though the dysfunctions may be, with careful redactive treatment they can usually be remitted.

    The Golden Torc

  • For the first time, Sukey dared to assay a strong redactive probe into the girl.

    The Golden Torc

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