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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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those with similarity to its referent) and pictographs (both of which seem to "show") developed into abstract tokens and ideographs (both of which seem "to say").
As Karatani writes, the significance of genbun itchi lies in its undermining of the Chinese ideographs that had oriented the Japanese language toward a privileging of writing.
Although some of these are pictographs which depict the outline or shape of the object they represent, most are ideographs that derive from a fixed set of so-called key graphic forms, each having a well-defined root meaning associated with it; see Figure 2.
Being abstract in its properties, the shape would resemble an attitude, but not the forms of Chinese ideographs.
Like its Arial Unicode counterpart, which Monotype Imaging has licensed to hundreds of companies worldwide for use in millions of products that provide multilingual support, Arial Unicode Bold is a sans serif design that contains all the characters, ideographs and symbols defined in version 2.
Because the camera records the decor of everyday life, the photographic image becomes capable of directing the attention across a field of cultural norms, artistic genres, political styles, ideographs, social types, interaction rituals, poses, gestures, and other signs as they intersect in any event, (p.
cultures was exacerbated by the use of veiled women as verbal and visual ideographs, which linked women's assumed oppression in these nations as the "white man's burden" (Cloud, p.
Thanks to the flexibility of Chinese ideographs, yuan has transformed into a folk concept through a set of linguistic expressions elaborating different aspects of interpersonal encounters: sense of connectedness, youyuan [having yuan], wuyuan [having no yuan], or touyuan [match yuan]; extent of involvement, yuanshen [deep yuan] or yuanqian [shallow yuan]; quality of association, shanyuan [virtuous yuan] or eryuan [bad yuan]; attitude toward association, xiyuan [cherish yuan], suiyuan [follow yuan], and so on.
Finally, she argues that rhetorical flexibility (what she calls "strategic ambiguity") is a key characteristic of ideographs such as "human rights," but she also notes that their meaning is not unbounded.
At one end of this scale would be the most abstract or iconic: the smiley face, deer-crossing signs, ideographs, even written words, etc.
His delicately-colored installation mural provokes the viewer to deconstruct his cartoon versions of Shang Dynasty (17661050 BC) pictographs and ideographs.
Michael Calvin McGee reached a similar conclusion in much of his work, most notably his penetrating study of the modern ideographs of classical liberalism (1-16), but Aune applies the critical nexus of rhetoric and ideology to a field where most fear to tread, economic discourse.