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on·tic

 (ŏn′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to essence or the nature of being; ontological.

ontic

(ˈɒntɪk)
adj
relating to or having real existence

on•tic

(ˈɒn tɪk)

adj.
possessing the character of real rather than phenomenal existence.
[1940–45; < Greek ont- (see onto-) + -ic]
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A BBA Aviation company, Ontic (Booth C5239), has signed a deal with Racal Acoustics, part of Esterline, to license original equipment manufacturing (OEM) and aftermarket support for products that include cockpit communications control systems.
com)-- Ontic Group, a premier consultative service that works with corporate, civic, vocational, and devotional leaders to expand and enhance their individual abilities and effectiveness, is pleased to announce the team's latest addition, Edward Yaeger, as Partner.
Instead of cognitive webs of a Quinean sort, the approach developed here is better captured by the idea of ontic webs.
I would certainly surmise, believing that there was a baseball hit by a bat, that it did have a trajectory--an objective ontic state of motion--yet having not seen the ball, but only heard the bat strike, what shall I label the state of the ball under these unseen circumstances?
When Bazzano slips almost imperceptibly from 'contemplating being-towards-death' to 'focus on death as finality' (ibid) his argument slips into validity, for he is right to suggest, as he seems to be doing, that death is ever-present in the ontic dimension of our existence; as well as to suggest that death cannot viably be cut off, as it were, and studied phenomenologically in a 'focus upon' mode.
The foundations of this formation are to be found in the ontic, historical, dynamic relationship between finite spirit and the Infinite Spirit, who anticipates finite spirit answering to an image logos (Bild) as one who is led toward a full similitude (Gleichnis) to God by the Holy Spirit.
UK-based legacy products provider Ontic has closed the acquisition of a portfolio of legacy avionics products from Evendale, Ohio-based aircraft supplier GE Aviation, the company said.
05 January 2017 - UK-based legacy products provider Ontic has closed the acquisition of a portfolio of legacy avionics products from Evendale, Ohio-based aircraft supplier GE Aviation, the company said.
He covers an overview of attribution, structure, and the five forms of composition; instance versus classic ontology: individuation and adherence; instance versus classic ontology: intentions and unification; atomic structures: facts and their natures; and complex structures and ontic atoms.
DE KJ will showcase two of his pieces, Ontic and Oqko.
Boeing (NYSE: BA) subsidiary Aviall said it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Ontic which covers spare fuel measurement parts on the widely popular Boeing 777 and Airbus A320 aircraft.
Within the context of cultural techniques, the production occurs via what we call ontic operations, or chains of operations.