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A tropic can refer to:

In geography, either of two circles of latitude:

In transportation:

In Biology, a hormone that regulates other endocrine glands:

In linguistics and philosophy of history, see

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The acronym TROPIC is used to describe a teacher mentoring program developed at the Tropical North Queensland Institute of TAFE. In this case, TROPIC stands for "Teachers Reflecting On Practices In Contexts", a training-delivery observation/reflection program. The TROPIC programme has a web presence at this location: http://tropic.wikispaces.com/


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English

Noun

Singular
Tropic

Plural
Tropics

Tropic (plural Tropics)

  1. one of two specific lines of latitude that divide the Northern and Southern hemispheres, respectively; the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn.

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A tropic may be meaning:

In geography:

  • Tropics, referring to the tropical regions of the world.
  • Tropic, Florida, a town in the United States
  • Tropic, Utah, a town in the United States

In transportation:

  • SS Tropic (1871)
  • SS Tropic (1904)








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