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ideographical

(ˌɪdɪəʊˈɡræfɪkəl)
adj
in the form of an ideogram
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"Simple arrangements of the code reveal an ensemble of arithmetical and ideographical patterns of symbolic language.
(16) See Mi'kmaq scholar Marie Battiste's discussion of the mutually intelligible, intercontinental system of ideographical and petroglyphic writings that span from "the Tupi-Gurani's Ayvu Rapyta or Origin of Human Speech, to the Yucatac-Mayan paper screenfolds, to the Algonquian Walam Olum or Red Score, Medewiwin or Grand Medicine Scrolls, and Mi'kmaw hieroglyphics" ("Print" 111).
He was an enthusiast defender of the permutational combinatory art, and showed that, for instance, from a strictly syntactic viewpoint, a text is represented, in fact, by combinations of letters, words, punctuation signs, empty spaces, digits, ideographical symbols etc., combinations which obey a series of grammatical rules (Seghedin, 2006).