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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Indeed, <human rights> is the ideograph par excellence of neoconservative discourse.
The second category is ideographs (zhishi, [??]; or xiangshi, [??]) that represent abstract notions.
Fetal <person>hood marks a repositioning of the <person> ideograph within the law and a new argumentation tactic within prolife advocacy.
It makes a difference in our perceptions of the world and our attentions to it whether we are chiseling ideographs on stone tablets or scratching phonetically alphabetized words on papyrus.
(146) Miller's analysis deconstructs governing narratives into signs, ideographs, and narratives.
However, discourses draw their power from ideographs or virtue words like rights and liberty, catch phrases (like poverty alleviation) and metaphors with emotional appeal (Kaufer and Carley 1993, McGee 1980).
Errors of single-word level were the most frequent error type, which could be divided into five subtypes as unintelligible word, word substitution, ideograph (picture drawing), mirror writing, and visuospatial impairment.
Waley's translations not only expanded the readership of Chinese poetry to a larger audience beyond the Sinological circles in Britain (Cheng 365), but also introduced the rhetoric of the ideograph into modernist poetry.
This is for the first time an ideograph has topped the charts as the most popular word.
Particularly in Egypt, in spite that they had great advances from the beginning and they developed ideograph writing, and then syllabic writing and finally they invented real alphabet writings, scribes that had influence on scientific works and governments, preferred to keep writing a hidden secret and inaccessible to the public.
But during the peace and prosperity of the 17th century, another ideograph, also pronounced uki but meaning 'to float,' emerged.
The term "ideograph" refers to the combining of two or more pictographs or self-explanatory characters or their mixtures to create a new character with new meaning which is easily perceived from the form.