We concluded that it was not the same with the disease called Bubrostis, by an argument fetched out of Metrodorus's ionics.
But small boxes of parts and raw stock for the ionics had begun to arrive, too.
The earliest Greek philosophers, the ionics, propounded the question, "what is the ultimate principle of things?"
The earliest thinkers, then, the ionics, assumed only this one cause.
They form the stepping-stone from the ionics to the Eleatics.
Thus the Dorian race held as essential, gymnastics; the Æolians, music; the ionics, poetry.
Worse, the solar thermocouples to power the ionics were almost shot.
"pertaining to Ionia," 1570s of music; 1580s of architecture, from Latin Ionicus, from Greek Ionikos (see Ionian).
ionic i·on·ic (ī-ŏn'ĭk)
Of, containing, or involving an ion or ions.