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There's nothing wrong with the sentences. It is rather an extension of usage. [sic] can mean that something is not correct in a quote (typo etc) but you could also use it to emphasize some peculiarity of the quoted text (e.g. contradictory or dubious assertions or a value that deviates heavily from the norm). By using [sic] you normally want to express that ...


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