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  • n. Plural form of censor.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of censor.


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  • I suggest this list of political evils: the president allows torture, the killing of innocent civilians, destroys the remnants of a free country, lies repeatedly, ought to be tried as a war criminal along with most of his administration, and last but not least, Jim Bovard censors is blog.

    The Highway Robber State « Blog

  • China, ever so full of censors is blocking a lot of websites.

    Contest and Conference

  • The MAU-MAUING of Steve Sailer for having the temerity to propose a [n] ethno-demographic model of US psephology without going through academic gatekeepers, and then slipping it past the pee-cee censors, is both remarkable and horrifying to watch in real time.

    The Mau-Mauing of Steve Sailer

  • How they got through the German censors is one of the unfathomable mysteries in my life.

    Above the Clouds at Thirty Below

  • These officers they called censors, and they had power to deprive a Roman knight of his horse, and to expel men of loose and disorderly life from the Senate.

    Plutarch's Lives, Volume II

  • In fact, if they made the argument you are making, they would be called censors and homophobic.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Some Scientists’ Openness to the Possibility of Genetic Differences in Mental Traits Among Racial and Ethnic Groups

  • But it's still too soon to know whether censors will be able to keep the Web under heel.

    The Web Police

  • Another benefit is that, at least until Charlie Lemmie calls the censors out, I think the blog can be viewed by City of Cincinnati employees.

    New Commenting System

  • November 7th, 2009 at 4: 26 pm PST useless trivia: censor comes from a latin word for men who oversaw the rules of decency and general morality, which is exactly what the app review team does. maybe they should be called censors themselves reply

    Apple Has No Sense Of Humor. Luckily, Google Does.

  • For it is an ancient custom among the Romans, that the knights, when they had served out their legal time in the wars, should lead their horses into the market-place before the two officers, called censors, and having given an account of the commanders and generals under whom they served, as also of the places and actions of their service, should be discharged, every man with honor or disgrace, according to his deserts.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans


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