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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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What: A "cartoony show" by Leigh Rubin, creator of "Rubes" panel cartoon
In keeping with the comic and TV series the visuals are colourful and cartoony which works really well for a game in this genre.
Its cartoony characters help reinforce the pleasures of discovery and also help lighten up the somewhat didactic tone of the dialog.
They are in love with each other, but the shock of this castration nightmare is tempered by the cartoony certainty that they are too beautiful to carelessly come and go before the pavilion intent upon a night alone, far away from the way men see women.
The black and white art ranges from cartoony to stunningly detailed and realistic.
All of his companions share Stanley's friendly cartoony feel, making this a cosy book for sharing.
Visually similar to World Of Warcraft, although with a sci-fi theme, Wildstar lures you in with cartoony but detailed visuals, and then hooks you with its actionoriented combat.
The illustrations have a cartoony feel, and are cheerful and engaging.
La Jolla's musicalization of the 2006 movie, launching a hoped-for eastward road trip, boasts David Korins' brightly cartoony designs and a typically tinkly William Finn score.
The full-color illustrations are visually appealing, but they are cartoony and do not always accurately depict the instructions for the experiment.
It's loaded with excellent cartoony graphics, an amazing and vast soundtrack and some superb gameplay.
Beneath the cartoony visuals and chirpy musical score lies a rich and complex game.