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- adj. having been altered from the original version: being something that someone has edited
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of edit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. improved or corrected by critical editing.
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- adj. improved or corrected by critical editing
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I do not have Photoshop on my computer and I need a title edited on my proxy.
D. in English, edited the Ontario Review, a journal he founded jointly with Oates in 1974 to showcase Canadian and U.S. literature.
The list of things that need to be edited is growing steadily.
Robert Bloomfield (2007) presents the text of The Farmer's Boy edited from the manuscript which Bloomfield copied out so as preserve a version of his magnum opus free from his patron's emendations.
* For this essay, I read the second edition of Frankenstein edited by Johanna M. Smith and published by Bedford/St.Martins. at
: This post has been edited from the original for the sake of accuracy.
These sorts of ambiguities are common, even in edited writing, because the surrounding sentences give context to the ambiguous sentence.
P.O.W. Network Note: This document is edited from the original by including and inserting a document submitted by Barry A. Toll to the Senate Select Committee on November 22, 1992 titled:
Of course, the annoying thing about much philosophy these days is that a large bulk of it gets published in edited collections (books), rather than journals, making it annoying to track down.
Anonsters: the annoying thing about much philosophy these days is that a large bulk of it gets published in edited collections (books), rather than journals, making it annoying to trackdown.