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icon

[ī′kən]
an image on the screen of a computer terminal representing a specific command or point for data entry.

icon

(ī'kon)
Any visual image used as a marker.
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In 1909, the pearl vestment and two gold crowns which had been papal gifts were stolen from the icon.
Compare the endearingly kitschy East New York Shrine, 1962-66, dedicated to David and relegated to the drawings gallery, with the related icon IV (the pure land) (to David John Flavin [1933-1962]), 1962-69.
ROHRBACHER LEADS A LIFE FAR DIFFERENT FROM THAT OF traditional icon painters.
ICON Creative Technologies Group is an Ann-Arbor based agency that helps customers use technology to effectively reach out to their key target audiences.
His exposition of western influences on popular icons, in particular the incursion of such Baroque features as words, emblems, and heraldry into the most traditional of icon types, is masterful.
IconXP is fundamentally an icon editor, thus its functions are designed specifically to create icons, as distinct from graphics applications not suited for icon creation.
The apostle Luke was the first icon painter, according to legend.
In the future, Click TV will be a beatific fusion of television and the web, but intermediate versions will attach a mouse to the TV, superimpose icons on the screen, and allow us to click off what we hate.
The three, 26-story towers of ICON Vallarta will bring the outdoors inside with floor-to-ceiling windows that take advantage of the captivating views of the Pacific Ocean, mountain ranges and downtown Puerto Vallarta.
Due' to their low cost and ease of circulation, paper icons became a major source of advertisement and fundraising for the monasteries.
Founded in 1990 in Dublin, Ireland, ICON has experienced significant growth, evolving into a globally acclaimed clinical research organization.