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smiley

any of a group of symbols depicting a smile, or other facial expression, used in electronic mail

smiley

[′smīl·ē]
(computer science)

smiley

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It has happy chemicals to give you happy feelings [picture of a neuronal synapse with a happy face emoticon], sad chemicals to make you feel sad [picture of a neuronal synapse with a frowny face emoticon] .
In this study, there are three main treatment conditions: control, smiley, and frowny.
For more information on individual plans call Emma on 07854 425 930 FASHION: Clever cover-ups Elia said please can you use the NICE pic of her, not the frowny one > Elia Thomas, personal shopper at Debenhams, St Davids Centre has six top tips for fashion cover-ups.
After breaking into small groups and sharing tepid summaries of the seven proposals, the students filled out feedback forms, which asked them to circle a smiley face for the school they'd most like to attend, frowny faces for those they'd least like to attend and a thumbs-up or neutral face for those in the middle.
I would like to see all teachers go to the listing for their school, click on the teachers with frowny faces, and provide a rating of all 5's (the highest) in all categories.
One particularly fun feature is the ability to deploy emoticons (you know, those cute little smiley or frowny faces).
He bought a copy of one of my museum-tour videos and a group of aluminum smiley and frowny faces I made to be installed next to other artworks.
Not only does StatDev 13 (the "13" stands for 2013) present the targets and their latest actual accomplishments, it also tells us at a glance (red frowny face, green smiley face and yellow deadpan face) what the probabilities are of achieving the target.
During an experiment, the participants, who were dieters, were presented with line drawings of either smiley or frowny faces.
Without that creative energy flowing, they all got a frowny taste of what their lives without Abe Vigoda would be like and "it tasted like metal," says Guerrero.
High-powered London bankers are injecting Botox to stop looking all frowny and stressed after working regular 18-hour days.