otic otic

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to near the ear

Usage(s):

  1. Notice that you don't see Obama responding to every id!otic thing that Hannity says.
  2. He is guiltlessly dedicated to his pleasures, which include ex otic women and an occasional boy.
  3. With extreme sadness I note PTI'S apparent change in policy in handling copy on patri otic Americans and their counterparts.

News

  1. ADDING MULTIMEDIA Otic Pharma Treats Ailing Tiger's Chronic Ear Infection with Novel Experimental Therapeutic Foam

    Otic Pharma, developer of a proprietary drug delivery platform for the treatment of ear infections, announced today that it has volunteered its unique experimental FoamOtic therape
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Otic Pharma Treats Ailing Tiger's Chronic Ear Infection with Novel Experimental Therapeutic Foam

    Otic Pharma, developer of a proprietary drug delivery platform for the treatment of ear infections, announced today that it has volunteered its unique experimental FoamOtic therape
    on July 1, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  • "I used Star-Otic as a kid and then started using the drops again a few years ago when I began to get swimmer's ear again," says Lezak, who is now a paid spokesperson for the ear solution's manufacturer, Star Pharmaceuticals, Inc. "As soon as...
    on Aug 13, 2004 By: Jason Lezak Source: USA Today

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