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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

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Dawn showed a very white-faced Subaltern sitting on the side of a sick man's cot, and a Doctor in the doorway using language unfit for publication.
After a few minutes' bustle beside the high bedstead, those who had carried the sick man dispersed.
After that, not a week passed without sick people coming, riding or on foot, to Father Sergius; and having acceded to one petition he could not refuse others, and he laid his hands on many and prayed.
He inspected the copra-drying that had been going on, and went through the barracks to see if there were any sick lying hidden and defying his rule of segregation.
She leaves the sick woman, recovered from her first attack of illness, and able to amuse herself with writing.
It was because it refused to die that he still ate muskeg berries and minnows, drank his hot water, and kept a wary eye on the sick wolf.
For our sick, they were many, and in very ill case, so that if they were not permitted to land, they ran danger of their lives.
He was still a sick man, and I more than once observed him creeping painfully aloft to a topsail, or drooping wearily as he stood at the wheel.
A new will teach I unto men: to choose that path which man hath followed blindly, and to approve of it--and no longer to slink aside from it, like the sick and perishing!
Snow was poor, sick, and a member of her church--it was the duty of all the church members to look out for her, of course.
She would, like Madame Stahl's niece, Aline, of whom Varenka had talked to her a great deal, seek out those who were in trouble, wherever she might be living, help them as far as she could, give them the Gospel, read the Gospel to the sick, the criminals, to the dying.
Some of the girls I've had out--well, take it from me, they made me sick.