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 the meantime, Jesus uses the strongest symbolic language he can to shake the disciples from their preconceived notions about him and the coming of God's reign.
This symbolic language has gradually become a part of everyday communications around the world.
To express these patterns, each field has developed its own symbolic language, used the world over regardless of nationality.
Symbolic language is one of the characteristic features of mystical texts.
While the function was official in nature and was organised by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), political messages were conveyed in a symbolic language by both Modi and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
The symbolic language of the crucifixion is the death of the old paradigm; resurrection is a leap into a whole new way of thinking.
The symbolic language of the literary tradition in which figure both Shakespeare's romances and Milton's Comus sheds some light upon the significance of the nymph.
Because Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan and like in any other metropolis of a country anywhere in the world, people here also don't talk plainly but use symbolic language and speak in parables.
MacDonald, who teaches in the Department of Music and the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the U of A, asked his students to "use symbols and symbolic language to produce art, to use art as a type of laboratory to do social science research.
Simple arrangements of the code reveal an ensemble of arithmetical and ideographical patterns of symbolic language," they stated.

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