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tropic

(trō′pĭk)
adj.
Relating to or exhibiting tropism.

tro′pi·cal·ly adv.

tropic

see TROPISM.
References in classic literature ?
White men in the tropics undergo radical changes of nature.
The sun sickness got me, despite the fact that I had been in the tropics only a couple of years.
The atmosphere is loaded with foul smells, and that peculiar one, which may be perceived in almost every town within the tropics, was here very strong.
"At Hawaiian Tropic, we believe sun care is skin care, and with our latest launches we're taking our trusted protection up a notch," remarks Elizabeth Gioia, brand manager for Hawaiian Tropic at Edgewell Personal Care.
6, 2017, the current swap counterparty, Bank of New York Mellon (BNYM) notified the issuer (Tropic IV) and trustee that it was owed a partial termination amount under the fixed for floating interest rate swap as a result of previous collateral redemptions.
Last year, OAS had set up a signboard to indicate the passage of Tropic of Cancer in Amerat in Muscat governorate.
He Liehui, chairman of Tropic Science, expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the project 'Huawei Marine has demonstrated its ability to plan and implement complex telecom infrastructure projects and we believe this system will become an important infrastructure for Asian, African and European inter-continental communications and promote the economic development of the regions.'
Its Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen brand recently celebrated newproduct innovations through a collaboration with a team of YouTube "influencers" to produce a series of videos highlighting "the Aloha Therapy experience."
People who live in the tropics can expect to see more rainfall in the future as the climate changes, (https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=6871) NASA research shows .
There are wonderful surprises revealed in this coffee-table edition of "East Coast: Arctic to Tropic" including the remote regions of Greenland, northern Quebec, Labrador, and Newfoundland which offer breathtaking beauty that many people would not normally associate with the East Coast.
Hosted by well-known desert explorer and adventurer, Max Calderan, also known as the 'Son of the Desert', the upcoming event is an informal, non-competitive and self-timed run/jog/walk in desert terrain along the little known Tropic of Cancer line that crosses the Abu Dhabi emirate.
Calderan covered 340km of the Tropic of Cancer line through the UAE from the Saudi border to Oman in 128 hours Image Credit: Supplied Calderan covered 340km of the Tropic of Cancer line through the UAE from the Saudi border to Oman in 128 hours Image Credit: Supplied Calderan covered 340km of the Tropic of Cancer line through the UAE from the Saudi border to Oman in 128 hours Image Credit: Supplied Calderan covered 340km of the Tropic of Cancer line through the UAE from the Saudi border to Oman in 128 hours Image Credit: Supplied Calderan owes much of his mission's success to the supportof his wife Valentina and son Lion in his Tee that Image Credit: Sharmila Dhal/XPRESS