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graphic

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Geology having or denoting a texture formed by intergrowth of the crystals to resemble writing

graphic

A visual representation such as a photo, illustration or diagram. A graphic may contain text, but text by itself is not considered a graphic unless it is done in a stylized fashion. In the computer, a graphic is a file such as a JPEG or GIF. See graphic arts and graphics formats.
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Overtly and graphically violent games are not intended for children.
s mild disappointment) Sonic Adventure - are graphically so far ahead of the current crop of machines that there is little useful comparison.
Video card: 2 MB if you intend to use graphics, multimedia applications or graphically intense video games.
The map also graphically illustrated that while in itself large, the area comprised only a small percentage of the entire community.
Graphically Rich, Browser-Based Disciple Opens to Nearly 12,000 Pre-Registered Users, Allows for Battle Play Anytime, Anywhere
Software for gauging complex profiles can now record and report caliper measurements graphically.
com): Graphically fresh and clever, the magazine currently features a hysterical photo essay by Karl Baden called ``Can't Sleep,'' plus an outtake from David Foster Wallace's novel, ``Infinite Jest.
Not so very long ago, nursing home managers wanting to graphically represent market data for better analysis and presentation were likely to find themselves drawing circles and affixing labels to road maps.
This exclusive, proprietary tool lets subscribers graphically compare yields of municipal bonds to other bonds of similar rating and maturity.
Lauterbach's TRACE32 debugger is now capable of reading and displaying ThreadX V5 internal performance and event trace data, both graphically and statistically.
Data can be viewed in a spreadsheet format or graphically.
It has been a definite challenge to graphically marry those grand, traditional Art Deco influences with 21st Century-style renovations.