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pic·to·graph

(pik'tō-graf),
A vision test chart for illiterates.

pictograph

(pĭk′tō-grăf)
A set of test pictures used for testing vision in children and illiterate adults.
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* Also, the existing pictograms in the working area have to be greater and placed in a visual location (for example: do not drop water on a fire is so small and it is hanging on the wall);
There are nine pictograms included in the GHS standard; however, OHSA has adopted only eight of the identified pictograms.
Pictograms. Pictograms denoting classic reflux symptoms (sour regurgitation, heartburn, retrosternal pain, and regurgitation) were created by the joint efforts of an artist and a gastroenterologist specialized in GERD (Figure 1).
Proloquo2Go is a commercial mobile app that enables users with vocal impairments to communicate with others using pictograms [26].
The CLP regulation has not only introduced new hazard pictograms but altered their design from black symbols on an orange background to ones on a white background with a red border.
(2) Unfortunately, with 55% of the Canadian population not possessing the literacy skills to comprehend and properly manage their health, the need arises to create easy-to-read materials supported by pictograms. (3)
The first print station uses red thermal transfer ribbon to print the diamonds; the second prints the balance of the label information and pictograms with a black ribbon.
ACA also argued that the proposed inclusion of the GHS Health Hazard pictogram is inappropriate because the requirement to place pictograms on product labels using the GHS is based on a specific and globally standardized hazard classification criterion.
1969 PELICAN CROSSINGS This crossing has a pair of poles with traffic lights, a push button and two pictograms: a red, stationary person and a green, walking person.
They have to use gestures, pictograms or rely on their parents, siblings, or carers to interpret their wants or needs.
The students designed iconic pictograms of Qatari landmarks and culture, and Arabic calligraphy monograms representing stadia precincts.