ideogram

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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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The flexibility of the fetus within prolife discourse illuminates not only how public address ideographs differ from legal ideographs, but also how the two interact.
As Sara Hayden (2009) writes, "Whereas the fixing of ideographs has served the cause of <life> well, it has had detrimental effects on the campaign for <choice>" (p.
Michael McGee (1975) focused attention on the social construction of <people> as a central democratic ideograph. Public argument recycles and revises its identity as it reinscribes the ideograph.
As Palczewski (2005) notes, visual ideographs have more power than verbal ones.
Although Winkler seeks primarily to understand the particulars of terrorism as a negative ideograph, she also demonstrates the benefit of in-depth studies of particular ideographs.
Isaac Taylor, for example, in his great work, The History of the Alphabet, has shown how the change in the form of writing--from ideograph to alphabet--made information available to people to whom it had previously been denied.
(146) Miller's analysis deconstructs governing narratives into signs, ideographs, and narratives.
In fact, Chinese characters belong to ideographs which have the feature-like graphic and are based on pictogram.
Zhiqun, "The reality of compound ideographs," Journal of Chinese Linguistics, vol.
However, discourses draw their power from ideographs or virtue words like rights and liberty, catch phrases (like poverty alleviation) and metaphors with emotional appeal (Kaufer and Carley 1993, McGee 1980).
In addition, the calligraphy that adorns the top of her sleeve, which is based not on pictograms and ideographs incised on jade and oracular bones, as Chinese calligraphy originally was, but is based on Cuban cane stalks, flowers, and fruit, makes the image a syncretic blend of the Chinese and the Cuban and serves as a reminder of the once large Chinese presence in Cuba in comparison to the other Caribbean islands.