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  • Redact a few more of the names and shirtless photos, and you could publish it in any number of magazines or Web sites dedicated to this sort of thing -- Nerve. com and Cosmo springs to mind.

    Karen Owen's powerpoint: sex and autobiography

  • * Because the narrow question was on whether to redact the details of the authorized interrogations, Obama went around the table asking, “Redact?” to each person in attendance.

    THE PROMISE

  • Redact O'Reilly yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Redact O\'Reilly'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: I suspect that Bill O\'Reilly fails to see the irony in his attacks on Brian DePalma\'s new film, "Redacted".'

    Redact O'Reilly

  • Georgie pauses with that keen look in his eye, and that trademark smirk…Redact…C..

    Think Progress » Breaking: White House Will Declassify ‘Key Judgments’ of NIE

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    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • The Search and Redact window offers a few options:

    Adobe Blogs

  • Acrobat 9 Pro Search and Redact feature may be used to search intelligently for:

    Adobe Blogs

  • Search and Redact will only find text in searchable documents.

    Adobe Blogs

  • (Redact is a big word, it means erase them from public view).

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • If you need to redact (black out) information in PDFs, PDFpen can now do that easily, and there's even a Search & Redact command to do so across an entire PDF in a single step (Search & Replace provides normal text replacements).

    TidBITS: Apple News for the Rest of Us

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