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Subject[OFFTOPIC] Re: PROBLEM: english language
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Gregory Maxwell <linker@z.ml.org> writes:

> Umm..
>
> Do you see the "(sic" That usually stands for "Spelling is Correct".

Pet peeve alert: "sic" does NOT stand for "Spelling is Correct". It's
a Latin word meaning "thus" or "so", not an acronym of any sort.


--nat

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