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Stet is a form of the Latin verb sto, stare, steti, statum, originally used by proofreaders and editors to instruct the typesetter or writer to disregard a change the editor or proofreader had previously marked. This usage of the verb, known as the "jussive subjunctive", derives from the active-voiced third-person subjunctive singular present and is typically translated as "Let it stand".
Conventionally, the content that included the edit to be disregarded was underlined using dashes or dots and stet written and circled above or beside it. Alternatively, a circled tick or checkmark could be placed beside the content in a margin.
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