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diagram

 [di´ah-gram]
a graphic representation, in simplest form, of an object or concept, made up of lines and lacking any pictorial content.
Venn diagram a diagram representing logical relationships using circles.
 Venn diagram. This depiction of the interactions of host, parasite, and environment provides a framework for understanding infectious processes. From Copstead, 1995.

di·a·gram

(dī'ă-gram),
A simple, graphic depiction of an idea or object.

diagram

/di·a·gram/ (di´ah-gram) a graphic representation, in simplest form, of an object or concept, made up of lines and lacking pictorial elements.
vector diagram  a diagram representing the direction and magnitude of electromotive forces of the heart for one entire cycle, based on analysis of the scalar electrocardiogram.

di·a·gram

(dī'ă-gram)
A simple, graphic depiction of an idea or object.
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connected to the diagrammatical railway network that is now the territory .
was The Draughtsman, similar in all respects as before, except the figure draws four different diagrammatical images: a portrait of Louis XV, a royal couple (believed to be Marie-Antoinette and Louis XVI), a dog with "Mon toutou" ("My doggy") written beside it, and Cupid driving a chariot pulled by a butterfly.
However, the professor not only read it, but discussed the diagrammatical approach with Garrison before its being written.
Students represented and evaluated their performances by constructing a sociogram that charted, in diagrammatical format, the entire set of discursive engagements and outcomes.
3) For a diagrammatical exposition, see Schuler (2002: 7); Hanke (1998) makes some of the same points.
Instead of the diagrammatical tension of 'Hen Woman' we have the separate portrayals of The Good Fight (1973): John F.
Figure 5 is a diagrammatical representation of an environment which can provide very rich and realistic visual features.
The complexity of s 19(4) is perhaps better represented in diagrammatical form as:
Risk aversion, supply response, and the optimality of random prices: A diagrammatical analysis.
Lacan describes this constitution of the subject as the "topology of a four-cornered game" (Ecrits, 304), thereby denoting the diagrammatical nature by which the subject fills the gap which is the prerequisite of its subjection.
For our exhibits 1 through 16, for example, we have assumed (for both expositional simplicity and diagrammatical convenience) that each actor's indifference curves are circular; that is, each actor is assumed to consider the two issue dimensions to be of equal importance.