Balderdash and Bowlderize

In the nineteenth century, prudish Thomas Bowlder published an edition of Shakespeare in which "God" as an exclamation was changed to "Heavens," and Doll Tearsheet was entirely excised. His name entered the English language as part of two words: to 'bowlderize' is to cut out the naughty bits, and 'balderdash' (Bowlder dash), which means 'nonsense,' had the original meaning of 'blankety-blank.'