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01. You should [edit] your own essays before handing them in so that you can find your own errors.
02. The [editor] suggested a number of changes to the text to make it more concise.
03. Have you seen the latest [edition] of Time magazine?
04. They [edited] together some excerpts from his best films for a retrospective of his work.
05. They had to [edit] out some of the sex scenes before the film could be shown on television.
06. She has an English degree, and now works [editing] articles for fashion magazines.
07. When they [edited] the book, they took out some of the most controversial passages.
08. Writer T. S. Eliot once said that some [editors] are failed writers, but that so are most writers.
09. That movie was [edited] in my country, so we couldn't see the sex scene.
10. Sound [editing] is all done on computer now, and they can do almost anything with it.
11. It took us about 10 hours to do the [editing] of the radio show, fixing the mistakes, putting in sound effects, and all that.
12. Cathy had to [edit] a huge manuscript, and there were so many errors that she almost went crazy.
13. About 7,500 trees are cut down to make a Sunday [edition] of a major newspaper.
14. With a computer, it is very easy to [edit] and update your documents.
15. Find someone who has had the help of an English person in editing an essay.
16. The book went through a number of [edits] before being published.
17. The [editorial] in today's New York Times came out in support of John Kerry for President.
18. The bookstore specializes in first [editions] of rare books.
19. [Editorials] in newspapers across the country have come out in support of the President's actions.
20. In the 1880s, French monks at Solesmes began to publish facsimile [editions] with commentaries of the sources of Gregorian chant.

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