tropic

[n] - either of two parallels of latitude about 23.5 degrees north and south of the equator representing the points farthest north and south at which the sun can shine directly overhead and constituting the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics
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tropic

1. <suffix> A turning toward, having an affinity for. ... Compare: -trophic. ... Origin: G. Trope, a turning ... 2. <chemistry> Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid obtained from atropine and certain other alkaloids, as a white crystalline substance slightly soluble in water. ... 3. <astronomy> One of the two small circles o...
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tropic

noun either of two parallels of latitude about 23.5 degrees north and south of the equator representing the points farthest north and south at which the sun can shine directly overhead and constituting the boundaries of the Torrid Zone or tropics
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Tropic

• (n.) One of the two small circles of the celestial sphere, situated on each side of the equator, at a distance of 23
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tropic

Either of two latitudes on Earth at which the Sun appears directly overhead at mid-summer and mid-winter. The Tropic of Cancer is the parallel of latitude 23° 27' north of the equator where the Sun lies in the zenith at the summer solstice, around June 22. The Tropic of Capricorn is the parallel of ...
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Tropic

A tropic can refer to: In geography, either of two circles of latitude that mark the northernmost and southernmost latitudes at which the sun may be seen directly overhead: So that a person or location said to be `in the tropics` is situated south of the Tropic of Cancer and north of the Tropic of Capricorn. In transportation: In Biology, a horm.....
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tropic

Resulting from interruption of nerve supply.
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tropic

like a keel
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Tropic

[magazine] Tropic was The Miami Herald`s Sunday magazine, published as an insert in the Sunday edition from 1967 until 1998. Tropic won three Pulitzer Prizes and published many writers who went on to become well known. The magazine published humor columnist Dave Barry`s, Gene Weingarten, Carl Hiaasen, Paul Levine, Madeleine Blais, Joel Ache...
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