• (adj): Improved or corrected by critical editing.
    Synonyms: emended

Some articles on edited:

Nick Lambrou
... The following year, he directed and edited the live portion of Live in the Lou/Bassassins which was certified Gold by the RIAA in late 2005, along with producing and editing a B-Sides Rarities DVD for the Deftones ... In late 2007 he directed and edited a live concert DVD for Saosin entitled Come Close, and edited a music video for Linkin Park's single "Given Up" in early 2008 ...
Mary Douglas - Works
... in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited by David L ... of Everyday Knowledge Selected Readings, edited by Mary Douglas (Penguin Books, 1973) ... in Rethinking Popular Culture Contemporary Perspectives in Cultural Studies, edited by Chandra Mukerji and Michael Schudson (1991), 291-310 ...
Julian Lombardi - Publications
... Edited by Y ... the Fourth Annual Conference on Creating, Connecting, and Collaborating through Computing, Edited by K ... Edited by W ...
Lynette Roberts - Bibliography
... of C' Caseg broadsheets of Welsh poetry no.4 (Caseg Press) 1944 - Modern Welsh Poetry edited by Keidrych Rees (Faber Faber) 1944 - Poems (Faber Faber) 1944 - An introduction to village dialect with ... childhood', New Welsh Review, Issue 70 (Winter 2005) 2005 - Collected poems edited by Patrick McGuinness (Carcanet) ISBN 1-85754-842-6 2008 - Diaries, letters and recollections edited with ...

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