LOGO

(Programming Language)(See HLL)
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Logo

A logo (abbreviation of logotype, from λόγος logos `word` and τύπος typos `imprint`) is a graphic mark, emblem, or symbol commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organiz...
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Logo

(from the article `computer programming language`) Logo originated in the late 1960s as a simplified LISP dialect for education; Seymour Papert and others used it at MIT to teach mathematical thinking ...
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logo

logotype noun a company emblem or device
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Logo

[programming language] Logo is an educational programming language, designed in 1967 by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon. Today the language is remembered mainly for its use of `turtle graphics`, in which commands for movement and drawing produced line graphics either on screen or with a small robot calle...
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Logo

[TV Station] United States Army, Technical Manual 10-8400-203-23 General Repair Procedures For Individual Equipment ...
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Logo

A combination of characters and/or graphics creating a single design used to identify a company. Short for 'Logotype'
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Logo

A distinctive emblem, symbol or trademark that identifies a product or service.
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Logo

a graphic or symbol owned by and representing a company or brand.
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Logo

A graphic, or logo style usually consisting of a symbol, pictogram and/or group of letters, that identifies a company or a brand.
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Logo

A graphic, usually consisting of a symbol and/or group of letters, that identifies a company or brand.
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Logo

A specific symbol chosen to represent a company. Usually comprised of stylized type alone or in conjunction with graphic art.
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Logo

An artistic representation of a company's name which defines it graphically. See also Stencil.
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Logo

Assembly of type and art into a distinctive symbol unique to an organization, business, or product.
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LOGO

High-level computer programming language designed to teach mathematical concepts. Developed in about 1970 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it became popular in schools and with home computer users because of its `turtle graphics` feature. This allows the user to write programs that create line drawings on a computer scree...
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logo

logo 1. This is equal to “logotype”, that is a single piece of typeface with a composite, like a slogan, a trademark, and/or an emblem; therefore, an identifying statement or symbol. 2. A design used by an organization on its letterhead advertising material, and signs as an emblem by which the organization can easily be recognized.
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Logo

Logo is a computer programming language designed to teach mathematical concepts. It was developed in the early 1970s in America.
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logo

Short for "logotype." Sign, name, or trademark of an institution, firm, or publication, consisting of letter forms borne on one printing plate or piece of type.
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Logo

Short for logotype. A word or combination of letters set as a single unit. Also used to denote a specially styled company name designed as part of a corporate image. From logos, Greek for word.
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logo

Symbol representing a business, often linked to a brand name or trademark. It may be the name of a company in special type, or a drawing, or a combination of letters and pictures. The logo should be...
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logo

Symbol representing a business, often linked to a brand name or trademark. It may be the name of a company in special type, or a drawing, or a combination of letters and pictures. The logo should be designed to present a positive image of the company to others and to be part of the marketing strategy of the organization
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Logo

The copyrighted symbol used to represent a corporation, company or individual.
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Logo

Unit Test, Logo (Speak, Word) Words Logo Words, Quiz #1.
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logo

[n] - a company emblem or device
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