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  • v  edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

  • It seemed unfair to burden Riyadh with the legacy of its most notorious son especially since the city wants so badly to expurgate him from its self-image.
  • They were asked whether, in their opinion, PTI should expurgate its Air Express edition.
  • But the reliance on academic jargon, or rather the trend towards failing to expurgate it, is a reflection of insecurity on a personal and an institutional level.

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