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Edit - Did the water flow up here? this can change that Edit - To make the water flow up, you'd have to change it like this Edit - Do this for a change and see 12 across Edit - This may change with the turn of the tide Edit - Water flows the wrong way, just to make a change Edit - If it flows the wrong way, alter it Edit - How water flows up over the paper Edit - Alter this with the turn of the tide Edit - The water is coming up, so change it for the better Edit - That will make a change for the water to flow the other way Edit - It would make a change for the water to come back Edit - Change this with the turn of the tide Edit - The tide has risen. change it Edit - The water has come up for a change Edit - Supervise the publication of Edit - Make a correction to the turn of the tide Edit - What goes in and out goes up here Edit - Tied up, by the sound of it, for a change Edit - Shape a film Edit - Do some paper work? 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Edit - Check backward tendency Edit - Censor lady for the most part Edit - Correct some submitted items Edit - Change before putting to bed Edit - Polish the pieces that don�t sparkle? Edit - Censor lady cut short Edit - Rework article, ditching part of it Edit - Correct piece of text identified in review Edit - Get ready to go to bed Edit - Correct to keep going for now? 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Edit - Tighten a text Edit - Trim and touch up Edit - Time change? Edit - Abridge or add to Edit - Exchange words, perhaps? Edit - Toolbar heading Edit - Prepare for the presses Edit - Perfect prose? Edit - Clear of typos Edit - Make some changes to Edit - Crop, say Edit - Drop a line, say Edit - Bleep out cusswords, say Edit - Trim to fit, perhaps Edit - Fix a feature, e.g Edit - Rewrite puzzle clues, say Edit - Clean up time? Edit - Decrease the word count, say Edit - Emend errata Edit - Touch up for publication Edit - Put in other words, say Edit - Change in current switched over Edit - Work on a script Edit - Splice, as film Edit - Tweak a 4 across Edit - 1, 11 or ebb? Edit - Change, as a crossword diagram Edit - Émanait du roi Edit - Word processing menu Edit - Polish, as a paper Edit - Do some copy desk work Edit - Work on a film or a manuscript Edit - Prepare a crossword for publishing Edit - ...purchased Edit - Selection before "copy" or "cut" Edit - Make a manuscript better Edit - Spruce up, as an essay Edit - Pare prose Edit - Pare a phrase? Edit - Menu including cut and paste Edit - Fix sloppy sentences Edit - Prepare text for press Edit - Change one's story, perhaps Edit - Reduce a sentence, say Edit - Check text for publication Edit - Revise, as a manuscript