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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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The sick man was turned on to his side with his face to the wall.
snapped the sick woman, falling back on her pillow.
On the way back to the bed she stopped, eyeing the sick woman with a critical gaze.
From the hospital still proceeded the moaning of the sick.
Amy can stay and make herself useful if she isn't sick, which I've no doubt she will be, looks like it now.
so he called it), where we should be accommodated of things both for our whole and for our sick.
In her room in the shabby old hotel the sick wife of the hotel keeper began to weep and, putting her hands to her face, rocked back and forth.
Later she wondered if the hours alone with the sick man had not led to her decision to marry.
For no man knew of Kamo-tah, sick and groaning and hungry; and did I fight with Ivan, and die, then would my brother die, too.
But there was my brother, Kamo-tah, sick and groaning and with no meat; so I could not stay and fight with the men and the boys not yet hunters.
Why, Saxon, I've fought battles, good ones, frazzlin' my silk away to beat the band before whisky-soaked, smokin' audiences of rotten fight-fans, that just made me sick clean through.
Now, you see, I just put 'em straight through, sick or well.