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Stet

In editing, the cancellation of a correction. Stet is written over a correction indicating that the editor wishes the correction to be disregarded. The word is Latin for "let it stand."
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Stet is sympathetic and believable, and the emotional connections he forges with the owner of the salvage yard, a gruff but caring Viet vet, and with his sister are affecting.
The new service is the first product resulting from a strategic partnership between STET Hellas and the Greek Internet service provider FORTHnet.
Stet Hellas' B Free customer base grew by 223 percent in 1998.
Bell Atlantic holds a 20 percent ownership in STET Hellas and did not reduce its position.
Considered The editorial eyes "greatest hits," this new volume is successor to the well-received Stet! (1986).
The government presents a new timetable for privatisation, implying the completion of the privatisation of IMI and INA in the first half of 1995; the sale of the majority of the shares of ENEL by July of the same year, provided the law establishing regulatory bodies for public utilities is approved by Parliament; the privatisation of STET in the autumn of 1995 and of a first tranche of ENI before the end of the year.
While the certificates of TET candidates had expired in May, those of the STET candidates were scheduled to expire in June.
Tapping the inventive possibilities of constrained forms, particularly the revealing limitations of the anagram, Stet is a work of serious play that brings home the connections and intimacies of language, says a review on the Princeton University Press website.
According to the STET member, the mayor said that upgrading work on the road would go ahead next October next year, but that it would be "of a design that the people want".
Diana Athill was the lady who first published VS Naipaul, and Stet, her account of her publishing years, is a rewarding, rollicking read.
6 What is the meaning of the proofreading term 'stet'?