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- v. Present participle of censor.
- n. An act of censorship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances
- n. counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The act of censoring is an attempt against freedom of thought and expression, commonly seen in intolerant and totalitarian regimes.
We don't believe in censoring such things, or advising our people not to view them, but to reflect on them within the community of faith.
I think we all agree that censoring is a bad thing, but censoring at a national level is worse than a few librarians exercising bad judgement.
But players who have advertised their guilds as "GBLT-friendly" have lately been warned off by Blizzard moderators, who cite a rule against sexual discrimination in censoring the players.
My humble question: was Dean sleeping on his job or is he another Bush appointee who may have even encouraged Deutsch in censoring the scientists at NASA.
Anyway, that Hansen guy at NASA, who I am censoring, is being punished by God for saying global warming is real and is a threat.
The paper accused the firm of sneaking into China like an "uninvited guest" and then making a fuss about being required to follow Chinese law and cooperate in censoring search results such as pornography ….
I see that TP is engaged in censoring especially when they want Mr. Cirincione to have the last word.
Disney hasn't succeeded in censoring Mr. Moore so much as in enhancing his stature as a master provocateur and self-promoter.
And of course, in censoring the opposition they'll just piss them off, making them even more determined to show that they're right.