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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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(7) And there has been lobbying for the reversal of language reform, the restoration of full-form ideograms, to connect youngsters with the literary heritage and with the diaspora, often conceived of as having maintained true Chinese culture while it was being undermined in China itself.
Chromosome morphometric data along with median ideograms have fostered plant research on the identification and characterization of wild species and populations as well as improving the knowledge of a genus.
Consequently, two fundamental cognitive questions pertain to determinatives and not just one, as in the case of ideograms. The shared question is as follows: Why is a given ideogram or phonogram used to write a certain word?
Their shared experience in navigating premises, including those with the "wheelchair sign" displayed, gave him the impetus that much was left out in the "ideogram."
Diagrams offer a very different model of poetic form than ideograms or pictograms, let alone conventional approaches to the understanding of metrics, line, rhyme, and such.
We can see from his translations of Chinese poems and from some of his Cantos that classical Chinese poetry has inspired Pound through its juxtaposition of images and through the images he deciphers from the ideograms. Among these, what intrigues Pound most are the ideogrammic images, since he believes ideograms present things in visual imagery.
ideogram" inheres in the memory of the written wound.
117) he performed on The Waste Land, while a sustained reading of Canto LXXXI is used as the final triumph of the move from image to ideogram. Hugh Selwyn Mauberley and the Pisan Cantos are explored as poetic self-portraits before an engagingly personal account of Pratt's visits to St Elizabeth's in the mid-1950s.
We've all heard the motivational-speaker canard that the Chinese ideogram for "crisis" is composed of two characters signifying "opportunity" and "danger." We are to infer that a crisis provides an opportunity for growth and change as well as the danger of stagnation or indecision.
Tezuka's pen name which incorporates the ideogram for "insect" can be traced to his childhood love for the creatures.
The truth is that Mallarme's 'prismatic subdivisions of the Idea', Pound's ideogram method, Joyce's simultaneity and Cummings' verbal mimicry converge in a new concept of composition--a science of archetypes and structures; in a new concept of form--an ORGANOFORMA [organiform]--in which traditional notions such as beginning, middle, end, and syllogism tend to disappear before the poetic-gestalt, poetic-musical, poetic-ideogram idea of the STRUCTURE.
The smaller half of the L aspired to a Chinese ideogram, a palimpsest obsessed with meaning in a forest of fools.