Delete Previous Line if Current Line Contains Particular Keyword

In UNIX delete previous line if current line contains particular keyword

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  • Jan 12th, 2017

sed -n /pattern/{x;d;};1h;1!{x;p;};${x;p;} <>

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  • May 25th, 2017

grep -v "$(grep -B1 | head -1)"

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