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  • Sugiere que los servicios web que lo soporten, añadan un icono con las tijeras para habilitar el mecanimos de “copia y pega en la web”.

    Ray Ozzie’s clipboard for the web « Scripting News Annex

  • No longer a kind of cutting edge icono-classic place.

    CNN Transcript Oct 31, 2006

  • This image, usually read as an illustration of Los creating a body or "Definite Form" for Urizen, is perfectly equivocal, reading equally well as a scene of creation or destruction, icon-making or icono-smashing.

    The Last Formalist, or W.J.T. Mitchell as Romantic Dinosaur

  • It is evident that in the last decades (from 1940 on) icono - graphic interests came to the fore and became domi - nant in many countries.

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • For Western, chiefly French art, a well-written and learned work, appealing to the general reader as well as to the scholar, was produced by Émile Mâle, who in his four volumes of the history of religious art (1898-1932) has presented a well-composed, synthetic image of icono - graphical development.

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • The most important document of this romantic ar - chaeological vision, which strongly influenced icono - graphical invention in Italy and outside of Italy, was

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • In this static world of iconographical think - ing little change is noticeable, although Eastern Chris - tian art had its important artistic evolution and often absorbed Western influences, sometimes even in icono - graphic respects (e.g., the influence of German prints on the wall paintings in the Athos monasteries).

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • A century later the derivative Belleville Breviary combines seven virtues, seven Sacraments, and seven vices in an intricate icono - graphical scheme which sets side by side the cardinal virtues as portrayed in the Somme le Roi manuscripts and the “Gift-virtues” in the same source.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • This motive comes into play when rival world views meet in conflict at their bor - ders, when the opposite impulse would, as with icono - clasm, seek to destroy the rival iconography.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Syncretism may be icono - graphically distinguished from synthesis, insofar as the former preserves the individual traits of the combining beliefs, whereas the latter would achieve a radical transformation of disparate cultural forces, until a sin - gle set among them came to dominate and control the assimilation of other sets as minor premisses in the logic of the culture as a whole.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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