Graphic Language

Graphic Language

For specifying graphic operations.

["A Problem Oriented Graphic Language", P.J. Schwinn, proc ACM 22nd Natl Conf, 1967].

[Sammet 1969, p. 677].
References in classic literature ?
It was described, in graphic language, how all irregularities and depressions were obliterated, and a smooth surface of several miles' area laid bare, and that this area had the appearance of having been PLANED BY A PLANE.
Due to graphic language, the show is intended for mature audiences only.
MISOGYNY will now be recognised as a hate crime in some areas and could see offenders charged for using sexually graphic language or making uninvited sexual advances.
With this material shift, she seems to be questioning not only the graphic language of national and regional territories, but the terrain of the work of art itself.
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But even when the characters are recounting those early endeavours in the most graphic language possible, you can still relate.
Ruskin loved Venice, especially its gothic and Byzantine structures, but hated the 'pestilent art of the Renaissance' that he often described in negatively graphic language.
The revamp, announced last week, includes a new signature wordmark, logo, color palette, and graphic language.
He branded IS "massmurdering child rapists" and used graphic language to deter young Brits from joining them abroad.
Paintings and sculpture that fold the history of the decorative arts, functional design and graphic language into witty plays with image and surface.
Woods has built an international reputation for his signature architectural transformations, painting and sculpture that fold the history of the decorative arts, functional design and graphic language into witty plays with image and surface.
The chick-lit style and graphic language give the story an authenticity which will appeal to older readers.