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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Narratives of public policy can be understood as the weaving together of ideographs as parts of "story lines and arguments" (151) that shape a broader narrative.
Liu Shu" analyzed the various ways in which Chinese characters were generated, including pictographics, self-explanatory, ideograph, semantic and phonetic compounds, mutually explanatory and phonetic loan.
Ideographs are slippery, making them useful tools for creating consensus and mobilizing political action and support.
Introduced to her during her participation in Kraken, a theater company founded by Herbert Blau in 1972 at Oberlin College, the ideograph is "an immediately apprehensible emblematic stage image, a simple movement or gesture that epitomizes the central concept or emotion ala work" (Lanier 2008, 460.
Following inspiration from Kenneth Burke's reflections upon "terministic screens" and "identification" (1966,44-62; [1950] 1969, 19-59), McGee's conception of the ideograph particularly focuses on terminology that allows political groups to organize themselves in the midst of diversity and conflict.
Following standard academic convention, "patriotism" when considered as an ideograph will be designated <patriotism>.
The unit in an ideographic language is holistic whereas units in English are sequential and linear; however, visual perceptual processes underpin production and interpretation of language units, both letter and ideograph.
This phantasm closely resembles Henri Rousseau's contemporary painting Le Reve with the same dense miasmal foliage, the exotic flora and fauna, even--or especially--the lurking, fierce-eyed jungle cats (but without, of course, Rousseau's surreal touch of a nude woman reclining there on a velvet sofa), an only slightly more sinister ideograph of the painter's intent epater le bourgeois with his mocking primitivism.
For Barnett Newman, edges did not just delimit a painting's surface; they conveyed a shape that was real, a near ideograph of thought.
As many have observed, the ideograph is an attractive but evanescent notion with few clear-cut examples in real Chinese usage.
He scorns the ordinary alphabet, which yields at most only a grammar of thought, and adopts the symbol, the metaphor, the ideograph.
Before each ideograph appears on the computer screen, there is a "very fast flash of a photograph of an African-American male or a Caucasian male, which respondents are told to ignore.