sic

Latin, meaning: so, thus / yes, that is so, that is right.
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Sic

(Latin) literally thus; used in scholarly citation to indicate that a quoted word that appears misspelled or poorly punctuated is found that way in the original text; using sic means that the author who is citing the text will not be responsible for the misspelling or punctuation error.
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SIC

Abbreviation for Standard Industrial Classification. Each 4-digit code represents a unique business activity.
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SIC

Latin meaning so / Standard Industrial Classification / Shareware Industry Conference, details ...
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sic

[adv] - intentionally so written (used after a printed word or phrase) 2. [v] - urge a dog to attack someone
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SIC

Standard Industrial Code
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SIC

SIC is an acronym for Standard Industrial Classification.  It is the predecessor of the NAIC and is a numerical identification system that classifies businesses into defined industries.
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SIC

Standard Industrial Classification.
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SIC

Statement of Internal Control.
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Sic

Sic adjective Such. [ Scot.]
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/S/97

Sic

Sic adverb [ Latin ] Thus. » This word is sometimes inserted in a quotation [ sic ], to call attention to the fact that some remarkable or inaccurate expression, misspelling, or the like, is literally reproduced.
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sic

This, to signalise exact transcription. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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sic

adverb intentionally so written (used after a printed word or phrase)
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SIC

Standard Industrial Classification code -- a four-digit number assigned to U.S. industries and their products. By 'two-digit industries' we mean a coarser categorization, grouping the industries whose first two digits are the same. Contexts: IO; data
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Sic

• (adv.) Thus. • (a.) Such.
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SiC

Silicon Carbide Molar mass: 40.0962
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sic

sic Thus. Inserted to confirm a quotation even when the original is incorrect. It is inserted in brackets [sic] to indicate that the copy follows the original exactly as it was written. Inserted in a quotation when the writer who is quoting wishes to disclaim responsibility for some error in grammar, spelling, or fact, e.g. 'There's [sic] severa
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sic

sic, [sic] 'Thus, so.' Normally, it is supposed to be used within brackets, [sic] to show that a quoted passage, especially one containing some error or something questionable, is precisely reproduced, or written, just as the person who is being quoted wrote it. It is to be read exactly as it is shown because that`s the way it was written in the o
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SIC

See: Standard Industrial Classification
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Sic

[album] [Sic] is a jazz/fusion album released in 2005 by Austrian guitarist Alex Machacek. The album features drummer Terry Bozzio. == Track listing == ...
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Sic

[album] ] in 2005. All his albums have received critical acclaim, especially in jazz circles. [Sic] also features his wife, Sumitra on vocals in one song, the song being "Indian Girl". Machacek has also toured as "Austrian Trio" with two other Austrian musicians, bassist Raphael Preuschl and drummer Herbert Pirker. The Austrian Trio have col
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Sic

The Latin adverb sic added immediately after a quoted word or phrase (or a longer piece of text), indicates that the quoted words have been transcribed exactly as spelled or presented in the original source, complete with any erroneous spelling or other presentation. The usual purpose is to inform the reader that any errors or apparent errors in t
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Sic

[Latin] ] on the Awesome record label. A New Age solo album, Flower Aeroplane, followed in 2004. In 1983, she was initiated into the Hare Krishna movement and recorded at their recording studios while living as a devotee at Bhaktivedanta Manor. She lived as a Hare Krishna convert in Hertfordshire and London from 1983 to 1988. In 2007, she wa
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SIC

Sic is a Latin word that means "thus" or, in writing, "it was thus in the source material". Sic may also refer to: SIC as an acronym may stand for: ...
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SiC

Silicon carbide. A common mechanical seal face material. A type of ceramic.
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