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Noun(1) someone who censures or condemns(2) a person who is authorized to read publications or correspondence or to watch theatrical performances and suppress in whole or in part anything considered obscene or politically unacceptable
Verb(1) forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper(2) subject to political, religious, or moral censorship
(1) Moreover, if dreams were all expressions of repressed infantile impulses, which found an indirect way past the censor , one would expect that the proportion of sleep spent in dreaming would increase with age.(2) In most cases, a censor and a chiliarch or centurion from the Imperial Guard were ordered to jointly oversee campaigns to apprehend brigands.(3) During this period, the Ontario Board of Censors was known to be the most liberal of all the provincial boards, and O.J. Silverthorne was the most respected film censor in Canada.(4) The magistracy continued to be controlled by patricians until 351 BC, when Gaius Marcius Rutilus was appointed the first plebeian censor .(5) The superego, originating in the child through an identification with parents, and in response to social pressures, functions as an internal censor to repress the urges of the id.(6) The goal of Freudian dream interpretation is to undo the work of the censor .(7) Though everyone knew Carthaginian figs were a successful transplant to Italy; Cato the censor grew them in his garden(8) Kelleher was appointed official film censor in 2003 and today he divides his time between Dublin and west Cork, where he lives with his wife and two children.(9) As a serious cinematic dramatisation of an event that goes to the core of belief of many people in Ireland, this film will have a particular resonance and is likely to be of interest to a wide audience, the film censor 's office stated.(10) I don't edit or censor material to suit my purposes, ever.(11) As long as the State censors films, a handful of individuals, acting on behalf of the State, will be seeing and deciding what we can see.(12) At the moment, the FCC reviews programmes only after it receives a complaint, imposing fines or censoring presenters after the event.(13) In late 17th century England, people had to get the permission of censors before publishing books.(14) The Pentagon has censored sections of the book, mainly blacking out individuals' names.(15) Covert media censorship is cited as the reason for the suppression of local grievances.(16) It has caused widespread global controversy, stretching from Catholic groups in Europe and America, to a number of states in India that have also banned the film despite federal censors clearing it for release.
4. inspector ::
6. cut ::
7. delete parts of ::
dileu rhannau o
8. make cuts in ::
wneud toriadau mewn
9. blue-pencil ::
10. redact ::
12. expurgate ::
13. bowdlerize ::
14. sanitize ::
Different Formscensor, censored, censorial, censoring, censors, censorship
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