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to cleanse something by removing something. (Often refers to editing objectionable material from written or broadcast material.) They expurgated the most graphic passages from the novel. We will expurgate the offensive matter from the article.
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Where Altman most differs from the other misreadings is by proposing a psychological basis for Strauss's purported endorsement of warrior morality; according to Altman, like Schmitt and Heidegger Strauss had to expurgate his guilt or shame for having not fought in World War I by adopting a particularly virulent form of militarism.
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The fourth dowry must be specified [2], Article 190 of the Civil Code, specified in the order, one of the essential conditions for the validity of the transaction is known, and if the expurgate areas mentioned in the article above, in all contracts, although the real estate not apply, in addition to the dowry so far that, in contradiction with the general aspects of marriage or not, is subject to the provisions transactions.
He wished to expurgate Welsh - "off with its head" as it were.
While the Holy Inquisition primarily oversaw the Italian book market, the Congregation of the Index was supposed to regularly update the Index of Forbidden Books and expurgate questionable books from the worldwide market; the theologian of the Papal Household (Magister Sacri Palatii) could censor whatever he regarded as dangerous.
He insists that "one has to distinguish between an intensive encyclopedia, which selects & expurgates & builds a canon, from the extensive one that we find in satire & in prose fiction generally" (NBAC 241).