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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.

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