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Word: optician

Definition: maker and seller of eyeglasses


Sentences Containing 'optician'

Coburn's father was an optician and founder of Coburn Optical Industries and named donor to O. W. Coburn School of Law at Oral Roberts University, dedicated in 1979 and closed in 1985.
In 1921 they merged with another manufacturing optician, R. E. Peeling, to become Peeling and Van Neck, with workshops at 32 Grays Inn Road and a showroom at 4-6 Holborn Circus.
Leslie Evershed-Martin, OBE (1903-1991) was a British theatre impresario, city councillor and optician.
Silverman hosted several reports on Citytv regarding Toronto optician Adam Plimmer, who was accused of selling counterfeit glasses (mainly Gucci and Oakley) and giving out eye exams despite being unqualified to do so by the College of Opticians.
The school is named after the famous optician Carl Zeiss and is located in the city of Jena in Germany "(federal state of Thuringia)".

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