symbolic language


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symbolic language

n.
A high-level programming language.
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Beyond this universality of the symbolic language, we are apprised of the divineness of this superior use of things, whereby the world is a temple whose walls are covered with emblems, pictures, and commandments of the Deity,--in this, that there is no fact in nature which does not carry the whole sense of nature; and the distinctions which we make in events and in affairs, of low and high, honest and base, disappear when nature is used as a symbol.
It would serve, he said to himself, as a symbolic language to keep him in communion with Nature.
In part III, "The Making of a New Poetic," Bonaparte demonstrates how English novelists found the symbolic language they desired in the works of the German Romantics.
The Emperor's Old Clothes: Constitutional History and the Symbolic Language of the Holy Roman Empire.
From the books of Sirach and Isaiah in the Old Testament to the Book of Revelation at the end of the Bible, the references suggest that ancient people understood that eclipses occurred regularly and used symbolic language to call people to end their sinful ways, Kurzynski said.
The art pieces share a symbolic language but are open for interpretation.
The origin of many sophisticated technologies and the symbolic language to pass them down also seem to have arisen in response to climate-caused survival threats.
are cooked in delicious recipes," said Ramos in symbolic language.
Astrology is a symbolic language for the heart and soul.
This symbolic language has gradually become a part of everyday communications around the world.
Theological language, with carefully constructed symbolic language, has the potential to enhance those discussions.
Adornment, particularly with beads, communicates cultural values in a symbolic language that expresses rank, religion, politics, and artistic attitudes.

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