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  • n. Plural form of redaction.

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Examples

  • The White House called the redactions a "jurisdictional matter," and rejected any suggestion it was an attempt to hide wrongdoing.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2005

  • This slight comparison, be it remarked, refers exclusively to what may be termed the latest "redactions" of the two cycles of romance.

    Famous Reviews

  • The people of Rochdale are furious at the "redactions" in the official papers.

    Labour of Love

  • In another Wednesday filing, Lehman challenged J.P. Morgan for insisting on significant redactions in court filings because of "commercially sensitive information," but said the trades in question were made three years ago and aren't sensitive.

    Lehman Seeks to Slash J.P. Morgan's Bankruptcy Claims

  • But some of the material absent from that version appeared — with redactions — in a report of the House Armed Services Committee, also in 1971.

    40 years after leak, Pentagon Papers released

  • Among the more unnecessary redactions: the name of "Deliverance" star Ned Beatty -- "which is not properly classified in any known universe" -- but is blacked out on page 15 of the book.

    'Operation Dark Heart': Comparing The Censored Version With The Real Thing

  • The most common redaction in the entire book is Shaffer's cover name, "Christopher Stryker," and other popular redactions are references to the National Security Agency, the abbreviation SIGINT (signals intelligence) and comments like "Guys on phones were always great sources of intel," notes Aftergood.

    'Operation Dark Heart': Comparing The Censored Version With The Real Thing

  • Van Auken has spoken of too many questions going unanswered, too many redactions in the final 2004 report and its reluctance to be too critical of senior government figures.

    9/11 widows shun spotlight as 10th anniversary of attacks approaches

  • In a joint statement, the New York Times, the Guardian, Le Monde, El Pais and Der Spiegel said WikiLeaks published the cables without redactions, which they said could endanger people named as providing information to the U.S.

    WikiLeaks Publishes Entire Trove

  • WikiLeaks said Friday it had published all 250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables in its possession—apparently without redactions—after copies of the documents slipped out of WikiLeaks' control and appeared elsewhere online.

    WikiLeaks Publishes Entire Trove

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