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A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representing a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture

cartoon

Medical communication A schematic diagram or illustration, usually in color, representation of a biological process or molecule, presented either in a journal or in a lecture. Cf 'Nettergram. '.
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The addition of a multi-level, world-class Cartoon Museum, in combination with our legendary rooftop Observatory, further enhances our stature as the city's preeminent tourist attraction for visitors of all ages.
The use of cartoons in the schools is a treasure that is unappreciated by our profession.
Apart from occasional revealing edicts such as "No gags about Ike," management allowed the animators the latitude to make cartoons on their own terms, with little outside interference--probably morn as a result of indifference than of insight into the creative process.
Two popular classroom activities for cartoons include having students analyze their meaning, and asking students to write original captions before seeing published ones.
In Italy, in the sixteenth century, cartooning or caricatura emerged in rebellion to "high art" and its wish for prestige(1) with possibly the first cartoons having been painted by Leonardo da Vinci in his study of caricature.
In reality, whether you think a political cartoon is funny or not mostly depends on whether you agree with the underlying assumptions of the cartoonist.
People look to political cartoons for some healthy skepticism about authority.
One of the most riveting, ongoing features is "Terror Attack Cartoons," a section which includes cartoons on Lady Liberty's response to the attack, other world views of the terror, and cartoons that honor firefighters.
Cruise by the Toons section to play interactive cartoon shots featuring characters from shows like Digimon.
Visitors to the site can also create a 'vanity cartoon' and send free e-cards featuring cartoons related to a wide range of topics.
Each half-hour episode is comprised of two, 11-minute cartoons.