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redact

To edit sensitive documents before release to the public. With today's heightened awareness of the legal implications of exposing information, it is common to redact even email messages before sending them.
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Michael Konkel investigates the innerbiblical links between Exodus 32-34 and the rest of the Enneateuch in order to determine whether the post-Priestly redactor of this passage was working within the framework of an Enneateuch.
O anecdotas como la protagonizada por el administrador de un periodico ovetense que, a la vista de una caja totalmente vacia y enternecido por las suplicas de determinado redactor que "mendigaba" el fruto de su trabajo, concluyo por enviarle al lugar donde estaba el mejor vendedor del periodico para que le diera unas monedas (Alvarez Solis, 1946: 18-19).
The documents were then braided together in antiquity by one or more editors, usually called redactors; Dr Baden believes that there was only a single redactor, whom he styles the compiler.
Esto para comenzar la primera parte, el ensayo de Hernan Pas acerca de Sarmiento y sobre todo acerca de los dos atributos que lo acompanan en el titulo, "redactor y publicista" (no periodista, se hara claro de acuerdo al uso de la epoca, ni escritor que pudiera prescindir de esas otras dos facetas de su quehacer), a la que seguira una segunda parte correspondiente a la antologia de los textos ineditos en libro de los dos periodicos en cuestion.
As the hypothesis goes, a fifth source called the "Redactor" or editor(s) then compiled the different sources into the five books we know today.
Excessive current can harm triac and destroy the redactor. Therefore, if the redactor detects the excessive current state, relay will become involved again.