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  • Straus) and The Collected Essays of Milton Babbitt (2003; edited by Stephen Peles).

  • Nearly 300 of these, also edited by Demény, appear in English in Béla Bartók Letters (1971).

  • McClatchy and Stephen Yenser, and those of Robert Lowell, edited by Frank Bidart and David Gewanter.

  • “In the Name of Justice”, edited by Tim Lynch, examines the legal thinking underpinning over-criminalisation.

  • Her collected letters were edited by Vincent O’Sullivan and Margaret Scott (1984–2008); Scott also edited Mansfield’s notebooks (1997).

  • The puzzles are edited by Liz Maynes-Aminzade and Nicholas Henriquez, and are fact-checked and copy-edited by New Yorker staff members.

  • Other daily editions include The Asian Wall Street Journal, edited in Hong Kong, and The Wall Street Journal Europe, edited in Brussels.

  • While living in Paris, Bigelow found and edited (1868) a manuscript of Franklin’s Autobiography; he later edited Franklin’s complete works, 10 vol. (1887–88).

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  • • This is an edited extract of Shaun Webster’s story, Father Shaun, from Made Possible: Stories of success by people with learning disabilities – in their own words, edited by Saba Salman.

  • For an opposition view, there is “A Nation Awakes: Frontline Reflections”, edited by Tan Jee Say (Ethos Books, 2011) Social Policy An excellent collection of essays is “Hard Choices: Challenging the Singapore Consensus”, edited by Donald Low and Sudhir Vadaketh, (NUS Press, 2014).

  • Written by Edward Rowett Directed by Alan Nixon Script edited by Mark Evans Edited and Engineered by Jerry Peal Production Manager: Sarah Tombling Based on an original idea by Edward Rowett and Robert Frimstone Recorded at The Soundhouse Studios, London Produced by Gordon Kennedy An Absolutely production for BBC Radio 4

  • … (2002), edited by the psychologists Robert Sternberg (author of this article) and Elena Grigorenko, contributors to the edited volume provided competing views of the g factor, with many suggesting that specialized abilities are more important than a general ability, especially because they more readily explain individual variations in intellectual functioning

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  • adj all

    - improved or corrected by critical editing


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