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A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representing a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture

cartoon

Medical communication A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representation of a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture. Cf 'Nettergram. '.
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This being an American cartoon, the animals are of the type we rarely meet in the wilds of British suburbia, a racoon, porcupines, possums, a turtle, a big brown bear, a skunk and a red squirrel among them.
Just behind the Hogwarts School hero, 21% opted for the more-subversive American cartoon character Bart Simpson as their walk-to-school companion.
The creator and star of The Office and Extras is the first Briton to write an entire episode of the long-running American cartoon.
2001 -- American cartoon The Simpsons topped a poll of children's TV shows.
Fans of the American cartoon show, The Simpsons, will know that their town, Springfield, has an elected mayor - a man called Quimby.
The American Cartoon Network was to show the episodes, saying it did "not endorse the use of racist slurs".
THE ADVENTURES OF ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE (U) is based on an antique American cartoon series that must have cult status since this movie is produced by - and stars - the iconic Robert de Niro and umpteen famous guest stars.
The company further said that comics based on American cartoon series The Simpsons have proved very popular too.
The bloke replied: 'Are they not that American cartoon family?
The creator of the 30-something ``singleton'', Helen Fielding, was accompanied to the Hay festival by Kevin Curran, a script writer for American cartoon, The Simpsons.
Anniversaries: 322BC: Death of Greek philosopher Aristotle; 1187: The Muslim Sultan Saladin captured Jerusalem; 1869: Birth of Indian leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi; 1870: Rome became capital city of Italy1890: Birth of American comedian Julius "Grouc ho" Marx; 1901: First Royal Navy submarine launched at Barrow; 1904: Birth of novelist Graham Greene; 1909: First rugby match played at Twickenham; 1950: First appearance of American cartoon Peanuts.
Tune in for laughs galore with this hilarious American cartoon series that is definitely not for kids.

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