Examples from the Web for dic
DIC, it turns out, is noted in multiple studies as a possible complication of ARS.
"You are a good woman, Mrs. Bays," continued Dic, with a deliberate and base intent to flatter.
Her new attitude toward Dic had at least one good effect: it took from her the irritation she had so often felt against herself.
The slip came in an unexpected manner, and Dic did not go to New York.
Brummel used to draw his own patterns in that shop—in that very shop, Dic.
He was drawing her head backward to help himself when Dic knocked him down.