pictograph


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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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Some of these publications have summarised the discoveries of pictograph and petroglyph sites in the Canadian Shield (Brenner 1994; Conway, T.
Like her grandfather was before her, Kay Campbell is passionate about preserving the pictographs for future generations.
Gottlieb's first wholly original works--the Pictographs of the 1940s--were born of a creative fusion of Cubist ideas about form with Surrealist ideas about meaning, spiced by his admiration for the forms and emotional kick of tribal art and textiles.
Sixteen pictographs were clear enough to the naked eye to make out their motif forms.
The first printed reference to the Agawa pictographs occurred in ethnographer Henry Schoolcraft's 1851 study of American Indians.
Then they combine and organize their data; display it in different ways, such as tables, charts, bar graphs, pictographs, and pie graphs; compare the effectiveness of their representations; and draw conclusions.
Washburne stated that for complex or slightly complex static comparisons a bar graph should be used, whereas for simple static comparisons a pictograph could be used.
or pictographs, would be faded away by the sun or erased by the blasts of the water.
The park has also closed climbs located near petroglyph and pictograph sites.
Limited Tenders are invited for Provision of signages and pictograph in terminal building at c.
A pictograph answer key at the end is included, along with a certificate of completion for the child.
Pictograph to alphabet--and back; reconstructing the pictographic origins of the Xajil Chronicle.