Recent Examples of optician from the Web
One was optician Dale Warner, whose visit to Hamburger Mary’s second-ever (now defunct) restaurant, in Hawaii, sparked his interest.
But her sister is an optician at a practice that has been harder hit by online sales.
Warby Parker stores essentially operate as showrooms for the online retailer, with in-house opticians on hand to do free professional adjustments on its frames.
Luckie Dacany could face the death penalty if Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley chooses to seek it in the slaying of optician Andrea St. John.
In Base Zero, that translates to sleek frames in high-end acetate with flat crystal lenses similar to those used by the 17th Century opticians who still serve as inspiration for the Dom Vetro line.
Starting with researchers at the University of Lausanne, Mr. Papi assembled a team including opticians, musicians, neurologists, computer scientists and instrument makers.
Ms. Barton said, referring to Selima Salaun, an optician who runs Selima Optique, a vintage and designer eyeglasses store on Bond Street.
For them, Walmart provides not just food but a pharmacy, an optician, a money center, an auto center, and a mobile-services provider.
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First Known Use of optician
OPTICIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of optician for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to sell eyeglasses and contact lenses, to make sure that they fit correctly, and sometimes to make eyeglasses
OPTICIAN Defined for Kids
Definition of optician for Students
: a person who prepares lenses for and sells eyeglasses
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