Scribbling, scribble writing, letter like forms, letters, numbers and pictures used to represent sounds, words, ideas and feelings.
The graphic elements shown on a map designed to represent geographic features or communicate a message, at a given scale. There are three basic forms of map symbology: point, line, and area. Map symbols may represent qualitative data and be shown as a distribution, or they can express quantitative data by showing proportionality or ratio. Map symbols are usually explained in a legend.
Graphic images that sometimes have abstract meanings-for example, a stop sign.
The pictures or graphics that line up on the payline to score a win.
simplified drawings used to represent things
Pictures, objects and images that are used to represent countries, people, events and qualities.
A graphic with a series of instructions that can be duplicated, modified, and reused to help keep file sizes small and more easily editable throughout a file or files.