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optic in Optics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopticop‧tic /ˈɒptɪk $ ˈɑːp-/ adjective [only before noun]  HBHPOrelating to the eyes the optic nerve
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opticNeville rose from his seat and padded across the threadbare carpet to the whisky optic.Currently, there are more than 4,500 optics workers at Tucson's 136 optic firms.Cable television providers are either upgrading their coaxial cable or installing fiber optic links.Links also occur between the two optic lobes and run from the medial part of the protocerebrum to each medulla separately.The optic nerves were studied after 2 days.optic nervesThe optic sensors in his visor transmitted the scene through the suit's calculator directly to his brain.Today, most large-scale upgrades replace traditional components with fiber optic technology in the trunk sections of the network.