Edited

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

Some articles on edited:

Lynette Roberts - Bibliography
... 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 seven stories (The Druid Press ... Issue 70 (Winter 2005) 2005 - Collected poems edited by Patrick McGuinness (Carcanet) ISBN 1-85754-842-6 2008 - Diaries, letters and recollections edited with an introduction by Patrick McGuinness (Carcanet ...
Lucien Hervé - Selected Bibliography - Portfolios
... Lucien Hervé, text Michel Ragon, Éditions du Moniteur, Paris, 1998 Le Corbusier (edited in 10 copies), Phot'œil, 1989 Les Constructeurs (edited in 30 copies), Forum des Arts, 1999, with ...
Mary Douglas - Works
... Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited by David L ... The Anthropology of Everyday Knowledge Selected Readings, edited by Mary Douglas (Penguin Books, 1973) ... was reprinted 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 ... Fourth Annual Conference on Creating, Connecting, and Collaborating through Computing, Edited by K ... Edited by W ...
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 ... 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the word edited:

    The New Yorker will be the magazine which is not edited for the old lady from Dubuque.
    Harold W. Ross (1892–1951)

    He was high and mighty. But the kindest creature to his slaves—and the unfortunate results of his bad ways were not sold, had not to jump over ice blocks. They were kept in full view and provided for handsomely in his will. His wife and daughters in the might of their purity and innocence are supposed never to dream of what is as plain before their eyes as the sunlight, and they play their parts of unsuspecting angels to the letter.
    —Anonymous Antebellum Confederate Women. Previously quoted by Mary Boykin Chesnut in Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, edited by C. Vann Woodward (1981)