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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.
Video card: 2 MB if you intend to use graphics, multimedia applications or graphically intense video games.
Colored pins marking the location of each offense graphically illustrated that 92 percent of 321 documented arrests occurred within a 12-square-block area of downtown Champaign.
Jill Nelson is a very gifted writer, but I can't for the life of me figure why she felt the need to graphically (and I do mean graphically) depict her various marital and extramarital sexual intimacies within the context of telling the quite instructive story of her struggles while a staffer at the Washington Post.
Abt says the publication now expects to produce a video supplement every six months, graphically describing the text of the journal issue it accompanies.
Graphically Rich, Browser-Based Disciple Opens to Nearly 12,000 Pre-Registered Users, Allows for Battle Play Anytime, Anywhere
This is definitely not a children's book, and should be approached with caution as a book for YAs: it is graphically violent and gruesome (not to mention the sacrilegious nature of its subject matter, if your institution is concerned about such things).
The controller graphically displays all system components, including pump stations, central filters, vacuum receivers, timers, and purge valves.
It also comes standard with an RS232 output jack, enabling block temperature to be graphically monitored and controlled from a personal computer.
After the fluid flow and heat transfer is predicted, Wendel and his colleagues use visualization software that graphically maps results in a way that is more intuitive to understand than a series of numbers, he said.
It's definitely the most impressive graphically and gameplay-wise out there.
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.