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sec

1. (of wines) dry
2. (of champagne) of medium sweetness

sec

(mathematics)
(electromagnetism)

SEC

second

A unit of secondary quality or one not meeting specified dimensions; a cull.

SEC

SEC

(Single Edge Contact) See SECC.
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The SEC staff is authorized to provide copies of the formal order in response to written requests that specify that the order will be used in connection with the representation of a specific client and will not be disseminated to other individuals or entities.
Public disclosure of an SEC investigation can cause an immediate drop in a company's share price.
The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), the exclusive licensing representative for the SEC and 10 of its 12 member institutions, is providing SEC Collection signage for the concept areas.
In short, don't give the SEC the impression that you are showing only what you want them to see.