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a picture or symbol which represents the idea of something without indicating the sequence of sounds used to pronounce it. examples include digits, traffic signs, and graphic symbols such as @.

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  • his best metaphor for this dialectical editing was the idea of the ideogram, a primitive mode of written communication in which you can take the symbol (really stick-drawing) of a man, overlay it with the symbol of a mouth, and you have a new symbol containing a new idea: hunger, or perhaps crying. two nouns together form a verb, an action. simple images juxtaposed can form complex ideas. factmonster.com

  • your question two for specific edge systems or entities that would be essential for linking to the network. the ideogram that was presented in the powerpoint in our mind represents a rhio. it is the rhio’s job to connect the various entities. as i think jac mentioned, we strongly concur that local communities are in the very best position for understanding what those connectivity needs are, for creating privacy and security policies and procedures that best fit that community, and for developing services that best fit the needs of that community. hhs.gov

  • his best metaphor for this dialectical editing was the idea of the ideogram, a primitive mode of written communication in which you can take the symbol (really stick-drawing) of a man, overlay it with the symbol of a mouth, and you have a new symbol containing a new idea: hunger, or perhaps crying. two nouns together form a verb, an action. simple images juxtaposed can form complex ideas. infoplease.com

  • does all of this sound pretty strange, maybe even a bit frightening? the chinese ideogram for "change" contains elements of both risk and opportunity. the danger for emergency physicians lies in a failure to adapt. rather than being the poster child for "cost containment" and inappropriate utilization, emergency medicine needs to show how we can add real value in the new healthcare paradigm. and i believe that not only can we succeed at this, but the future of our practice depends upon it. medpagetoday.com