If the sword of blame helps expurgate
your sorrow, then wield it.
Donald Friede, who was working for Liveright at the time, probably would have pointed out to Aldington the Barnes-Liveright exercise in asterisks and outrage, since he had helped Barnes expurgate
But they did not file a report of her probable death nor ask the local government office to expurgate
her name from the family records.
The word bowdlerize was current by the mid-1830s as a synonym for expurgate
, and it is now used in a pejorative sense.
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Individually, such items can offer a Miller scholar (or fan) a flash of insight about a particular moment, as with Miller's letter to Blanch Knopf (page 101) in which he assures her that he won't ever expurgate
his books because "They'll take me as I am, before I croak--I'm sure of it.
Publishers persisted, promising to alter and expurgate
everything to the censor's taste.
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The film had its Lebanese theatrical release at the beginning of May, and Lebanon's Catholic Information Council (CCI) this week filed a request with the General Security Directorate for it to expurgate
specific scenes from the film, citing complaints the CCI has received in the last few days.
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