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An icon (from Greek εἰκών eikōn `image`) is generally a flat panel painting depicting Jesus, Mary, Saints and Angels, which is venerated among Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and in certain Eastern Catholic Churches. Icons may also be cast in metal, carved in stone, embroidered on cloth, painted on wood, done in mosaic or fresco work.....
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(from the article `semiotics`) ...He defined a sign as `something which stands to somebody for something,` and one of his major contributions to semiotics was the categorization of ... Rich clusters of related and unrelated symbols are usually regarded as icons. They are actually groups of interactive symbols, like the White H...
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(Gr. eikon, image) Any sign which is like the thing it represents. -- A.C.B.
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[n] - (computer science) a graphic symbol (usually a simple picture) that denotes a program or a command or a data file or a concept in a graphical user interface 2. [n] - a conventional religious painting in oil on a small wooden panel
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• (n.) An image or representation; a portrait or pretended portrait. • (n.) A sacred picture representing the Virgin Mary, Christ, a saint, or a martyr, and having the same function as an image of such a person in the Latin Church.
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noun (computer science) a graphic symbol (usually a simple picture) that denotes a program or a command or a data file or a concept in a graphical user interface
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(computing) In computing, a small picture on the computer screen, or VDU, representing an object or function that the user may manipulate or otherwise use. It is a feature of graphical user interface (GUI) systems. Icons make computers easier to use by allowing the user to point to and click w...
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(religion) In the Greek or Eastern Orthodox Church, a religious picture of Jesus, Mary, an angel, or a saint, in painting, low relief, or mosaic; the full face must always be shown. Painted icons were traditionally made on wood. After the 17th century, and mainly in Russia, a riza...
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[Iowa science fiction convention] ICON is an annual science fiction convention held in the Cedar Rapids/ Iowa City area of Iowa since 1975, usually in late October or early November, under the auspices of the Mindbridge Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation also responsible for AnimeIowa and Gamicon. The organization was a branching off o...
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[magazine] Icon magazine was a bi-monthly magazine set up in 2003 by ex-professional footballers Tim Sherwood and Jamie Redknapp as well as Redknapp`s wife Louise. The magazine was the first venture of Redknapp Publications and its readership was exclusive as it was not sold in shops and it was aimed at a celebrity readership. Originally in...
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[programming language] Icon refers to this concept as goal-directed execution, referring to the way that execution continues until some goal is reached. In the example above the goal is to read the entire file; the read command continues to succeed while there is more information to be read, and fails when there isn`t. The goal is thus code...
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[semiotics] Christopher Depcik http://www.depcik.com ...
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I'con (ī'kŏn) noun [ Latin , from Greek e'ikw`n .] An image or representation; a portrait or pretended portrait. « Netherlands whose names and icons are published.» Hakewill.
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I'con noun (Gr. Ch.) A sacred picture representing the Virgin Mary, Christ, a saint, or a martyr, and having the same function as an image of such a person in the Latin Church.
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A conventional religious image
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A figure or symbol, often used to refer to religious themed subjects.
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A graphic symbol found on computer displays to indicate and initiate a defined action
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A pictographic symbol used to represent a computer concept or operation.
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A pictorial representation of something on your machine, such as an art package. There are a number of varieties, according to the object it represents. E.G., DISK, DEVICE, DRAWER, TOOL, PROJECT, TRASH, and KICK. If you are using NewIcons V3 or above you will also notice different icons according to the file format, such as IFF, GIF, JPEG, and WAV....
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A religious sacred image. Icons are an integral part of worship in Eastern Orthodox Churches. They also are important to Catholic Churches and Anglican Churches (Hinnells 1984
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A small picture displayed on-screen to identify a command or file. Many word-processors use an icon of a magnifying glass to indicate it will start a search function.
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A small picture on your screen which usually represents a program, folder, file or shortcut.
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A small video display that acts as an activation link when clicked on.
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