free symbol

free symbol

[¦frē ′sim·bəl]
(computer science)
A contextual symbol preceded and followed by a space; it is always meaningful and always used to symbolize both grammatical and nongrammatical meaning; an example is the English “I.”
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This fantastic FREE SYMBOL event will finish with a spectacular fireworks display at 9.30pm.
In such case, the party has to give, for the Commission s approval, the design and drawing of the symbol it is proposing which should not have any resemblance to a reserved or free symbol, or any religious or communal connotation or depict any bird or animal.
The apex court said its order to grant common free symbol to the list of 59 candidates was passed to "ensure level-playing field and free and fair elections".
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi instead asked the EC to give them a common election symbol from among the free symbols available.
www.chipdata.com ChipData is offering a free symbol for printed circuit board (PCB) designers, librarians end design support staff.
However, according to the ECI, the said symbol shall be available for allotment as a free symbol to other candidates in the constituencies where the PSPL does not actually fields its candidates.
In such case, the party has to seek the Election Commission's approval for the design and drawing of the symbol it is proposing which should not have any resemblance to a reserved or free symbol, or any religious or communal connotation or depict any bird or animal.
In such case, the party has to give, for the Commission's approval, the design and drawing of the symbol it is proposing which should not have any resemblance to a reserved or free symbol, or any religious or communal connotation or depict any bird or animal.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi had instead asked the EC to give them a common election symbol from among the free symbols available.
"Both groups shall also be allotted such different symbols as they may choose from list of free symbols for current bypoll in RK Nagar", the EC added.
The Commission said that only recognized parties were eligible for permanent election symbols, while registered parties will have to choose from the free symbols available.