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pic·to·graph

(pik'tō-graf),
A vision test chart for illiterates.

pictograph

(pĭk′tō-grăf)
A set of test pictures used for testing vision in children and illiterate adults.
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Also customers, both in industry and the DIY sector, may be surprised to see hazard pictograms on coatings products that previously did not carry them.
The initial five pictograms and poster did not achieve comprehension by 85% of the 37 participants; hence they were modified based on feedback and retested with 67 people (total of 104 participants).
The students designed iconic pictograms of Qatari landmarks and culture, and Arabic calligraphy monograms representing stadia precincts.
It was design firm Tangent Graphic who won the task of creating pictograms for each of the 17 sports.
With these latest models, Vodafone Japan also introduced three new 3G services: "Deru Moji 3D Pictogram Display," which enables pop-up 3D animations in received messages and is compatible with the 804SS, 904T and 804N; the "Vodafone live
One of the two new pounds 75,000 pictogram road signs on the A55 expressway Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
Pictogram is a bright and colourful data handling package designed to teach children progressively how graphs can be used to represent data, whilst Splosh is a painting program developed specifically for education that allows children to explore patterns, shapes and colours.
HAPPY includes the most used graphic sign systems by Europeans: PIC (Pictogram Idiogram Communication), PCS (Picture Communication Symbols), Bliss and Rebus, and, as immediate extensions, pictograms SYMS and OAKLAN, PREMACK cards, lexigrams, and several SIGSYM systems.
It was a string of bits--or ones and zeros--that could be assembled into a pictogram showing the figure of a man, a telescope, numbers, DNA, and the solar system.
It's really moving away from just horizon line and pictogram perceptions.
It has become a famous quotation that the Chinese pictogram for "crisis" consists of two words--the first meaning "danger" and the second meaning "opportunity.
In this system, called mondoform labeling, the garment label indicates the appropriate body size using a wordless pictogram, which consists of a standard body outline with body dimensions ("Mondoform the New Ideal" 1991).