- n. Plural form of glyph.
“It should have the following files in it: metadata0000. dat - metadata info other0000. dat - information used to create a style sheet dict0000. dat - dictionary of words used to build page descriptions page - directory filled with page*. dat files glyphs - directory filled with glyphs*. dat files”
“This led to the recognition of birth and death glyphs, the name glyphs of the rulers, parentage information, the capture of enemies, and other aspects of Mayan lives.”
“Protector one: There is, they're called glyphs, and they're part of regular fonts, but not too many programs support them...”
“So in a sense, UFOs (to the extent they may be due to military experimentation with crossed laser/maser beams) actually ARE connected with crop circles (aka glyphs) -- just not in the way that more naive types (think the movie "Signs") have suggested.”
“Moreover, computer-control of the beams (as you suggest in the context of "mysterious lights" in the sky) would also enable them to "write" in the medium of a crop field very complex mathematical patterns of the type some circles (more properly called glyphs, as Mac has pointed out) exhibit.”
“Many of the glyphs are the same as those on pages 2 to 11, reversed right for left.”
“This specification does not include, imply nor assume any particular usage of the PUA; it merely permits to name glyphs such that the restored character strings include PUA code points.”
“Not too far down my pick of the glyphs is the pilcrow, if only for the name alone.”
“One of these rules basically says, "The font will be marked as monospaced only if all the glyphs are the same width".”
“Mayan hieroglyphs -- known as "glyphs," and deciphered only over the past four decades -- identify the submissive figure as a lord who has ruled for eight years.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘glyphs’.
aka Egyptology terms I like
Looking for tweets for glyphs.