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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bleep.


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  • As Carl Franklin bleeped out four-letter words at Adobe on a recent episode of one of his vehicles, Dave Winer can really rip into Bill Gates: [...]

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  • In Detroit Michigan - the street name bleeped out for the safety of the one resident - houses have been abandoned by not only the families who used to live there but by the police as well.

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  • One woman who phoned in told me she had been called a "superior c--t," the last word bleeped on the show itself.

    Honours for homophobe confirmed

  • Regional news programme East Midlands Today broadcast the exchange with the allegedly offending word bleeped out.

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  • It also shows Ledger saying that he was "going to get serious (word bleeped) from my girlfriend" for being in the hotel room and rolling cigarette paper and saying "I used to smoke five joints a day for 20 years."

  • We took the view that it would distort the truth of what was being said in the US Senate if we had either edited out or "bleeped" the offending word.

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  • COOPER: We can't really play much of it because it's all kind of bleeped out but you get the idea.

    CNN Transcript Feb 4, 2009

  • Yanub: Talk to Linda about the typo's that's her thing - I was just dismayed to find out that my telling Ouch readers that "Shit happens" has been "bleeped" out - golly, that's a message we don't want getting out - how about that they might end up ALL FUCKED UP and in pain.

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  • CNN is airing "bleeped" portions, this site hosts the interview in entirety.

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  • As I recollect, the cutoff for the F-word bleeped at the link was supposed to be that if the connotation was sexual it was banned, but otherwise it wasn’t actionable. » A truly FCCed policy


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  • As in "I hope I don't get bleeped when I say..." (in a television or radio interview).

    January 26, 2007