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If we delete the "now" in the phrase "now routinely" that gives us another word so that we can spell out "American Optical." The present tense implies the "now," so that presumably could be deleted without changing the meaning.
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If we delete the "now" in the phrase "now routinely" that gives us another word so that we can spell out "American Optical" while remaining under the word limit. The present tense implies the "now," so that presumably could be deleted without changing the meaning.

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If we delete the "now" in the phrase "now routinely" that gives us another word so that we can spell out "American Optical" while remaining under the word limit. The present tense implies the "now," so that presumably could be deleted without changing the meaning.