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SIC

Latin, In such manner; so; thus.

A misspelled or incorrect word in a quotation followed by "[sic]" indicates that the error appeared in the original source.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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(44) "Non licet sperare aliquod bonum praeter beatitudinem sicut ultimum finem, sed solum sicut id quod est ad finem beatitudinis ordinatum" (ST 2-2, q.
Et sic tempore oportuno saepius evangelica praecepta danda sunt per sedulae praedicationis officium, donec adcrescat in virum perfectum et digna efficiatur Spiritui sancto habitatio et sit perfectus filius Dei in operibus misericordiae, sicut pater noster caelestis perfectus est; qui vivit et regnat in trinitate perfecta et unitate benedicta, Deus et Dominus per omnia saecula saeculorum" (see Allott, Alcuin, 74).
Pauli ad Hebraeos Lectura, Caput 11, Lectio I: "Sicut volens diffinire fortitudinem, oportet tangere propriam eius materiam circa quam est, scilicet timores et audacias, et finem, scilicet bonum reipublicae, ut dicatur quod fortitudo est virtus moderativa illorum, propter bonum reipublicae."
(33.) "[Demon] potest tamen esse in rebus, sicut motor in mobili et ut signatum in signo, licet posset per earn loqui sicut per ydolum; sed de natura predicte questionis non est necesse hoc dicere.
It takes the form of a proposal for returning to a pre-critical view of reading a text -- any text -- "as though" (sicut) it were scripture.
Hic ad memoriam redit, quod, sicut Gellius ait, Alexander somniavit, ne somniis crederet.
On the other hand, the reader cannot fail to be struck by Goldziher's insistence from his earliest youth on seeing Islam as a living thing in which practice is of paramount importance, and which is not known if it is only known "sicut docetur in templis et scholis." In his twenties, he analyzes the social causes of legal developments in "The Arabs of Spain" and attacks stereotyping Muslims in "Muhammadan travelers"; two decades later his interest in the living practice of religion is still manifest in "Egyptian Islam" (1899).