Dewey admits it, but he adds that except for an apparently somewhat expurgated version of his own conduct, Hickock's story supports Smith's.
You recall the story of the Golden Apple, in the exoteric and expurgated version at least?
Voltaire published his own expurgated version as Extraits des sentiments de Jean Meslier (first edition, 1762).
The new edition which appeared in the same year was not, however, an "expurgated version" as has been stated.
I introduced myself and my companions, and gave him the quick expurgated version.
In 1922, American poet Sidney Lanier published a much watered-down and expurgated version of Malory's book entitled The Boy's King Arthur.
I actually think her literary executors, Diogenes, are publishing expurgated versions of her diaries - probably in German first.
I gave him a very expurgated version of the first visit, the week before, and made Conchis and Bourani as dull as possible.
He engendered widespread controversy in 2011 when he announced the publication of expurgated versions of Twain's works.
It was impossible to use the limited phone capacity of the plane because the captain came on with a somewhat expurgated version of what was going on.