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Definition of Recensor
1. censor [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: censor
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Literary usage of Recensor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Methodist Review (1884)
"Bead the following: " There may „ be allowed the idea of a later editor, or recensor, who may have added some of the short prose scholia by way of ..."
2. Essays on Various Subjects by Nicholas Patrick Wiseman (1853)
"in the year 509, and consequently the manuscript, whose recensor added it, must still be more ancient. Now the forms of the letters in this valuable ..."
3. The Book-collector: A General Survey of the Pursuit and of Those who Have by William Carew Hazlitt (1904)
"The mission of the modern recensor comes to an end when, by a stupendous amount of research and erudition, he has emphasised the characteristics and gifts ..."
4. Essays on Various Subjects by Nicholas Patrick Wiseman (1888)
"in the year 509, and consequently the manuscript, -whose recensor added it, must still be more ancient. Now the forms of the letters in this valuable ..."
5. A Critical and Historical Introduction to the Canonical Scriptures of the by Wilhelm Martin Leberecht De Wette (1843)
"In the books of Esther and Daniel, the translator performed in part the office of a recensor, and permitted himself to depart from the text. ..."
6. The Morals of the Movie by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1922)
"... of editing and censoring and reediting and recensor- ing, present us with the finished thing. Is it, therefore, so very extraordinary a proposal that ..."