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 What does the word 'speculative' mean with respect to medical insurance?

Answer == No coverage!!!! == This would refer to a treatment or procedure that has not been shown to cure or alleviate the condition for which it is being prescribed. The insurance company doesn't want t... Read More »
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What does the latin word sic mean?

The Latin word sic means "thus", "so", or "in such a manne." The word is used when an incorrect item is written as it appeared in its original form, either as a printed or spoken citation. Sic is u... Read More »
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What does the Latin word"aequitas"mean?

Aequitas was the name of a Greek god, the god of honest dealing. His name was derived from the Latin word "aequitatem," which refers to justice, equality and fairness. The word aequitas is often u... Read More »
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Is Chamomile a Latin word?

Indeed it is. The word chamomile comes from the medieval Latin "camomilla", which is a modification of the Latin "chamaemelo."
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Latin word for talking?

Talking translates in Latin to "dicens" if the subject is singular, but would translate to "dicentem" if the word "talking" modifies is a singular direct object; if the subject is plural it transla... Read More »
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