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- n. Plural form of theoric.
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I should tell you first that he was knowledgeable abour theorics.
He knew that the laws of theorics were time-reversible, and that the only way to determine the direction of time's arrow was to measure the amount of disorder in a system.
But since they are constructing a world and wish to speak the language of natural science, it is fair to make some examination of their physical theorics, but to let them off from the present inquiry; for we are investigating the principles at work in unchangeable things, so that it is numbers of this kind whose genesis we must study.
Seen from above by someone who didn't know any theorics, it would have looked like a country dance.