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    Stet

    In typography and proofing, a proofreader's command written in the margin of marked up proofs (or corrected manuscript or typescript copy) to indicate that marked corrections should be disregarded, and the original copy should stand as it was. The word "stet" derives from the Latin word stet, the present subjunctive third person singular of the verb stare, meaning "to stand."

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