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But professional audio abridgers often do a remarkably good job, and authors get to vet the manuscripts.
The BBC say that this will be done 'with our usual sensitivity' by 'highly experienced abridgers'.
Theophylactus, Æcumenius, and other Greek commentators, are chiefly abridgers of St. Chrysostom.
Prose abridgers of poetry did not go to work like that in the twelfth-thirteenth century -- nor, even in the case of
Inspired by other such great abridgers as Little Kuriboh, Hbi2K, Ganxingba and KaiserNeko Abridge Too Far productions brings you the first complette episode of Last Exile Abridged.