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Far from the Madding Crowd
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censor -- as related to censorship
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Bathsheba was no schemer for marriage, nor was she deliberately a trifler with the affections of men, and a censor’s experience on seeing an actual flirt after observing her would have been a feeling of surprise that Bathsheba could be so different from such a one, and yet so like what a flirt is supposed to be.

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  • The Chinese devote enormous resources to censoring the Internet.
  • The performer chose Bombay as a good word to rhyme with today, but India’s Central Board of Film Certification censored the word and replaced it with a beep.

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