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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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If the Ku Klux Klan held a cartoon contest on economics, I wouldn't want to enter, and I don't want to be involved with a group that engages in anti-Semitism, no matter how their denial may be worded.
Cartoons differ in determination, whether they seek to amuse, as does comic art; make life more acceptable, as does the social cartoon; or convey order through administrative action, as does the effective newspaper cartoon [3].
Distribute copies of the cartoon you chose and ask students to identify its subject.
MIKE THOMPSON SPENDS HOURS CREATING THE art, voices and sound effects for the animated editorial cartoons he produces weekly for the Detroit Free Press.
The cartoon was punishable, they found, "because it offends Jews on the basis of their race and/or religion.
Wit of Humor"--Usually obtained by exaggeration; the cartoon should not have been drawn for the sole purpose of comic relief.
cartoons to, in a scene in which a secretary takes forever to traverse an office, Tati's ``Playtime.
Dave Weatherall, national bureau chief for the Canadian University Press, called for "more ethical publishing decisions," while the University of Prince Edward Island, supported by the UPEI Students' Union, ordered the campus student newspaper, The Cadre, not to distribute the particular issue containing the cartoons.
But that's not all - Cartoon Network Too will also be introducing a whole new generation of toon fans to the world of Wacky Races, Yogi Bear, The Flintstones and too many more to mention
Ask students to draw up lists of three to five issues that they would not want to see made the topic of a political cartoon.
He published the unflattering cartoons depicting Mohammed in September, supposedly because Danish artists were terrified of illustrating a children's biography of Mohammed.
Sechas's cartoon hunter plays a similar role of the awkward innocent, but where that old world order has been washed away by the entertainment age's irony, innuendo, role playing, and pornographic style.