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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Results in this direction suggest that receiving an emoticon affects utility directly.
People in Japan and other East Asian countries prefer emoticons that can be understood straight up, without tilting your head to the left, as in (^_^) instead of :).
Emoticons in mind: An event-related Potential Study
Washington, October 12 ( ANI ): A new study from Rice University has found that while women are twice as likely as men to use emoticons in text messages, men use a larger variety of the graphic symbols to express themselves.
com, a site for those ages 13 and older, has changed the way people communicate online by providing consumers with best-in-class emoticons," says Primiani.
Smiley Central emoticons can walk, talk, dance and sing, and can be added to emails, instant messages, or on social networks like MySpace and Blogger as a fun means of self-expression.
The emoticon continues to evolve in design and popularity as consumers embrace this form of non-verbal communication, and companies such as IncrediMail develop new ways to express emotion through graphic images.
WHAT: On September 19, 1982, Carnegie Mellon computer scientist Scott Fahlman introduced the very first emoticon in a message board post.
Smiley Central is a free smileys website launched in June 2003, which revolutionized the emoticon industry when it introduced flash-based "super" smileys and talking smileys.
com/), a free smiley and emoticon website, today introduced its annual list of "Top 10 Things Dad Wants for Father's Day.
After users responded by trying to replace the banned candle emoticon with the Olympic flame symbol, the website deactivated it too.
Additions Follow on the Heels of Blockbuster Emoticon Offering that Drew More than 90,000 Downloads in First Week