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{f} on (köpeği/birini) (birine) saldırtmak: He sicced his lawyers on me. Avukatlarını bana saldırttı. Sic'em! Saldır! (Köpeğe
böyle
böyle metinde aynen
Rebus sic standibus
(Kanun) Antlaşmaların, kanun maddelerinin vs. günün şartlarına göre uyarlanması
clausula rebus sic stantibus
(Kanun) "Koşullar değiştiği takdirde" anlamına gelen uluslararası hukuk ilkesidir. Bu ilkeye göre, bir anlaşmanın yapılışı sırasında var olan ve anlaşmayı etkileyen koşullarda değişiklik olması halinde taraflar bu anlaşmaya son verme ya da uygulamayı durdurma hakkına sahiptir
rebus sic stantibus
(Kanun) "Koşullar değiştiği takdirde" anlamına gelen uluslararası hukuk ilkesidir. Bu ilkeye göre, bir anlaşmanın yapılışı sırasında var olan ve anlaşmayı etkileyen koşullarda değişiklik olması halinde taraflar bu anlaşmaya son verme ya da uygulamayı durdurma hakkına sahiptir
English - English
thus; thus written
To incite an attack by, especially a dog or dogs

He sicced his dog on me!.

To mark with a bracketed sic."sic, adv. (and n.)" Oxford English Dictionary, Second Edition 1989. Oxford University Press

E. Belfort Bax wrote ... the modern reviewer's taste is not really shocked by half the things he sics or otherwise castigates.E. Belfort Bax. . Commonweal: 7 May 1887. Marxists’ Internet Archive: 14 Jan. 2006.

To set upon; to chase; to attack

Sic 'em, Mitzi.

Standard Industrial Classification: a standard means of identifying every type of office, business, factory or institution
Standard Industrial Classification A standard numerical code system used to classify products and services
Standard Industrial Classification replaced by NAICS (North American Industry Classification System)
Thus
Swiss Interbank Clearing System Electronic interbank clearing system It processes payment transfers among the banks under the supervision of the SNB
S-band intersatellite communications
so
Standard Industrial Classification
Standard Industrial Classification SMP Skim Milk Powder
See: Standard Industrial Classification
(Standard Industrial Classification) The classification of segmentation of businesses that are increasingly finite based on 2, 4, 6, or more digit identifiers Developed by the U S Department of Commerce in the early 1960's
The description for the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code, which represents the type of work performed by a business establishment
intentionally written in this manner (used to indicate that a word or phrase has been reprinted in its original form)
{ü} attack! (command given to a dog)
{f} attack, set upon (often used as a command to a dog); encourage or incite to attack
means Standard Industrial Classification
intentionally so written (used after a printed word or phrase)
Such
A Latin term indicating the text reads exactly as shown A good way to remember the meaning of this term is the phrase spelling in context meaning that the words and phrasing are exactly as intended or as copied from the original document
The Scientific Intelligence Committee The SIC chaired by Karl Weber, also director of CIA's OSI, contributed to NIE's DCID 3/4 renamed Scientific Estimates Committee whose function was to integrate "scientific and technical intelligence, as and when required for the production of national intelligence "
urge a dog to attack someone
You write sic in brackets after a word or expression when you want to indicate to the reader that although the word looks odd or wrong, you intended to write it like that or the original writer wrote it like that. The latest school jobs page advertises a `wide range of 6th form courses.'. Thus; so. Used to indicate that a quoted passage, especially one containing an error or unconventional spelling, has been retained in its original form or written intentionally
urge a dog to attack someone intentionally so written (used after a printed word or phrase)
The Canadian Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) is a system for identifying and grouping together businesses that perform similar economic activities
A four-digit number assigned to identify a business based on the type of business or trade involved The first two digits correspond to major groups such as construction and manufacturing, while the last two digits correspond to subgroups such as constructing homes versus constructing highways A business can determine its SIC number by looking it up in a directory published by the Department of Commerce, or by checking in the SIC book in the reference section of a local library SBA size standards are based on SIC codes
(Standard Industrial Classification) A numerical code scheme previsously used for classifying industries and products In January 1997 the SIC was replaced by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Standard Industrial Classification coding system
Classification of businesses, as defined by the U S Department of Commerce
(Standard Industrial Classification) A code developed by Bellcore that identifies a business account ''s primary line of business, e g , Restaurant, Auto Parts New
latin term signifying a copy reads exactly as the original; indicates a possible mistake in the original
sic him !
bite him!, attack him! (command for a dog)
Rebus sic standibus
(Kanun) Change of circumstances
clausula rebus sic stantibus
(Kanun) Clausula rebus sic stantibus ('things thus standing') is a doctrine in international treaty law that stands for the proposition that a treaty may become inapplicable owing to a fundamental change of circumstances. This poses a risk to the security of treaties as its scope is relatively unconfined and it requires strict regulations as to the conditions in which it may be invoked
rebus sic stantibus
(Kanun) Clausula rebus sic stantibus ('things thus standing') is a doctrine in international treaty law that stands for the proposition that a treaty may become inapplicable owing to a fundamental change of circumstances. This poses a risk to the security of treaties as its scope is relatively unconfined and it requires strict regulations as to the conditions in which it may be invoked
rebus sic stantibus
(Kanun) (International Law) (According to) the principle that a treaty is subject to an implied condition that if circumstances are substantially different from those obtaining when it was concluded, then a party to the treaty is entitled to be released from it
adverb sic 1
used after a word that you have copied in order to show that you know it was not spelled or used correctly
sicked
past of sick
sicking
present participle of sick
sic

    Turkish pronunciation

    sîk

    Pronunciation

    /ˈsək/ /ˈsɪk/

    Etymology

    () From Latin sīc (“thus, so”). Latin word meaning "thus," "so," "as such," or "in such a manner." It is used when writing quoted material to indicate that an incorrect or unusual spelling, phrase, punctuation or meaning in the quote has been reproduced verbatim from the original and is not a transcription error (i.e. it appeared thus in the original). It is normally placed within the quoted material, in square brackets and often italicized—. Alternatively it can appear after the quote in parentheses (round brackets)—(sic). The particular entry is available in the online preview, via search. Where the quoted material is a known error, and the correct word or phrase is known, it may be included, preceded by recte, Latin for "rightly"; this is common in palaeography.

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