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optic
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Ulysses
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  • Sooner have me as I am than some poet chap with bearsgrease plastery hair, lovelock over his dexter optic.
  • An optical illusion.
  • The optical reflection of several inverted volumes improperly arranged and not in the order of their common letters with scintillating titles on the two bookshelves opposite.

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  • an optical illusion
  • the optic nerve

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