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iconic

(1) Based on small graphic elements. See icon.

(2) Symbolic of the present culture, especially dealing with the ideals, people and products considered noteworthy. For example, Steve Jobs was often called an "iconic CEO," and his iPhone the "iconic smartphone."
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Showcasing the latest collections is the cutting edge fashion section of Iconic boasts a mix of niche and cult labels.
The structure houses 14 different clusters, which feature Lego replicas of iconic buildings from across the Middle East.
Another iconic model that became a pioneer of sorts is the Jeep Wagoneer launched in 1963.
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Iconic said it is redirecting its path to focus on the premium spirits business and the BiVi acquisition is the first phase of what it trusts will include a long line of products and business developmental services for the industry in general.
Victoria Beckham, left, is selling some of her iconic wardrobe items to raise cash for charity | Victoria Beckham, left, is selling some of her iconic wardrobe items to raise cash for charity FANCY some posh clobber?
Safety fears have also been raised over visitors trying to re-create the iconic image among busy traffic.
As she went on about the picture, she used iconic a total of seven times within a few minutes.
The site has been derelict now for nine years - hardly appropriate for such an iconic site.
The iconic design takes me back to when I was seven years old and visited my Italian relatives for the first time, in the small town of Penna San Giovanni, situated in the Adriatic-hugging region of Le Marche.
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