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- n. A picture formed by a word or words.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An engraving or other picture or illustration for a book.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A figured illustration; the representation of anything by its image, as in drawing or engraving.
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I noticed the iconograph in the End papers of Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations at my University Library.
He kicked out the legs of the tripodl, peered into the iconograph, and raised a salamander in its cage.
While the actual national difference of 3% between the two candidates is public record, I propose, memetically and I use that word quite precisely the incredibly distorted original Electoral College map is now the iconograph lodged in most Americans' mind, and is therefore more effective in replicating both itself and other ideas based on the faulty perception it engenders.
Slide 15: Wat Benchamabophit (Marble Temple) - contains the ashes of King Rama V and images of 53 Buddhas of different styles in iconograph
a key Romantic iconograph, we must try to understand precisely how and why this should be.
At first glance the subject seems a variation on one traditional iconograph of St Matthew, whose gospel was inspired by an angel sometimes blasting him with a trumpet, but here the central figure is a heavily-built nude, more man than youth, cast in the muscular mould of Adam from the Sistine Ceiling, his total nudity made modest by the same device - genitals so diminutive that we recognise them, not as descriptive realism but as a cypher - the same solution as the ancient Greeks employed to solve the intrusive problem of penis comparison.