Stet

This convention is usually marked by writing and circling the word stet above or beside the unwanted edit and underlining the selection with dashes or dots. Alternatively, a circled tick may be used in the margin. In connection with this usage, stet is also sometimes used as a verb, e.g., `Stet that colon.` It has also been used on the blackboar.....
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Stet

• (subj. 3d pers. sing.) Let it stand; -- a word used by proof readers to signify that something once erased, or marked for omission, is to remain. • (v. t.) To cause or direct to remain after having been marked for omission; to mark with the word stet, or with a series of dots below or beside the matter; as, the proof reader stetted a de...
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stet

(From the Latin) Let it stand; let the original copy go as written. The hardest word for a copy editor to use. (courtesy of John E McIntyre)
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STET

[fanzine] STET is a science fiction fanzine, which has been published intermittently from Wheeling, Illinois by the married couple Leah and Dick Smith since the early 1990s. It was nominated for the Hugo Award in 1993, 1994 and 2001. Notable for the mimeograph reproduction and long lettercol of most issues, STET achieved its highest acclaim...
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Stet

[software] stet is a free software package for gathering comments about a text document via a webpage. The initial version was developed from late 2005 until mid-2006 by the Software Freedom Law Center as a service to its client, the Free Software Foundation (FSF). The software was built to facilitate public consultation during the Version ...
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STET

[text editor] The STET text editor (the `STructured Editing Tool`) may have been the first folding editor; its first version was written in 1977 by Mike Cowlishaw. The editor runs on the IBM VM/CMS operating system. STET was written to explore an approach to text editing that followed the principles of Structured programming. It allows prog...
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Stet

Stet (stĕt), Latin , subjunctive 3d pers. sing. of stare to stand, remain. [ See Stand .] (Print.) Let it stand; -- a word used by proof readers to signify that something once erased, or marked for omission, is to remain.
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Stet

Stet transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Stetted ; present participle & verbal noun Stetting .] (Print.) To cause or direct to remain after having been marked for omission; to mark with the word stet , or with a se...
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Stet

A Latin term meaning 'let it stand,' which instructs a printer or typesetter to ignore an alteration called for in a proof.
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stet

a proof reading/editing term which instructs the printer or designer to ignore the edit in question - (equating to an instruction to reinstate the original part, i.e., before the edit - for example to reverse the crossing out or alteration of a word) - stet is from the Latin word stare, stand
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Stet

A proofreader's symbol that is usually written in the copy margin, that indicates that the copy, which was marked for correction, should be left as it was.
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Stet

Do not delete, let it stand
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stet

Latin for
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Stet

Latin for 'let it stand', a term from printing, which extends to proof-reading and copy-checking, editing, etc., to indicate that a word or section marked for deletion (crossed through) within a document or other media is to be retained
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stet

Latin for ‘let it stand’, a mark - the word ‘stet’ in a circle - used by sub-editors and proof readers telling the typesetter to disregard a change that had been previously marked. The relevant words are identified by underlining them with a dotted line.
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Stet

Stet is Latin for Let it stand
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stet

stet; st. Let it stand. Used in proofreading to indicate that something queried or removed from the text should be retained.
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Stet

The Latin term 'Stet ' means, in a UK legal context: ' do not delete, let it stand'.
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stet

to restore after marking for deletion
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Stet

Used in proof correction work to cancel a previous correction. From the Latin: 'let it stand'.
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stet

[v] - printing: cancel, as of a correction or deletion 2. [v] - printing: direct that a matter marked for omission or correction is to be retained (used in the imperative)
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