ideogram

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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Pound's Imagism aims at the materialization of an image through the medium of ideographic language, and Derrida's analysis of concreteness is focused upon the Chinese graphs which are not reducible to the phonetic letter.
Severini's final remarks were concerned with ideographic language.
Chinese characters incorporate shape, sound, and complex hieroglyphic meanings into an ideographic language, which is different from alphabetic languages used in most countries around the world.
Since Chinese is an ideographic language there are many thousands of Chinese characters, but the Chinese character set is relatively uniform throughout the PRC, even though there are eight major distinct languages spoken there and many more dialects within these languages [10].