Sic

The Latin adverb sic (`thus`; in full: sic erat scriptum, `thus was it written`) inserted immediately after a quoted word or passage, indicates that the quoted matter has been transcribed exactly as found in the source text, complete with any erroneous or archaic spelling, surprising assertion, faulty reasoning, or other matter that might othe...
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Sic

• (adv.) Thus. • (a.) Such.
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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

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

[criminal organisation] Security Insurance Company (SIC) is a security and insurance company in Bulgaria. Thought to be a front for a criminal organisation. SIC, along with its rival VIS, was made up primarily of ex-wrestlers, policemen and members of the security apparatus. As well as extortion rackets, the groups also worked in `car insur...
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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

Sic adjective Such. [ Scot.]
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sic

Abbreviation (Latin `thus`, `so`) sometimes found in brackets within a printed quotation to show that the original has been quoted accurately even though it contains an apparent error (`she wrote threatening to charge me with assult and batery [sic] if I did not apologize`)
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SIC

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

as used/written originally - denotes that the word or phrase which precedes 'sic' is quoted exactly as originally used/written/spelled by the quoted source - typically used within a quoted passage or extract to indicate that a misspelling or poor grammar or wrong word was in the source material
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sic

Latin for 'thus' or 'so', is usually written in square brackets as [sic] after an misused or misspelled word or phrase to show they have been reproduced exactly as spoken or written in the original, e.g. He said
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SIC

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

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

said in context
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SIC

Santa Isabel College
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SIC

See: Standard Industrial Classification
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SIC

Service Initiation Charge
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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.
Found on http://www.franchise-uk.co.uk/franchise-glossary.htm

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

siccan
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SiC

Silicon Carbide Molar mass: 40.0962
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SiC

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

so, thus / yes, that is so, that is right.
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SIC

Spelling Is Correct
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