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Stet is a Latin word (meaning "let it stand") used in proofreading to indicate that a previously marked change is to be ignored.
Stet may also refer to:
- Stet (novel), a 2006 novel by American author James Chapman
- Stet (software), a public document commenting software known for facilitating the drafting of the GNU GPLv3
- STET (text editor), a pioneering folding text editor by Mike Cowlishaw
- STET (fanzine), a science-fiction fanzine published by Leah and Dick Smith
- Securities turnover excise tax, a small tax on every stock, swap, derivative, or other trade on financial markets
- STET Homeland Security Services, a security consultancy firm based in Singapore
- STET – Società Finanziaria Telefonica S.p.A., Italian telecommunications company, today merged with Telecom Italia
- Stet, Missouri, United States, an unincorporated community on the Ray/Carroll County line
- STET buffer, a mixture of NaCl, Tris buffer, EDTA and Triton X-100 used in molecular biology
- Stet docket, a legal disposition available in some jurisdictions whereby prosecution agrees to pause their pursuit of a case indefinitely
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