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emblem

noun allusion, badge, banner, chevron, coat of arms, colors, crest, crown, escutcheon, figure, flag, hallmark, identification, image, indicium, insignia, keepsake, logo, mark, medal, monogram, motto, pennant, regalia, seal, sign, signet, standard, symbol, token
Associated concepts: brand, emblem law, logo, mark, trademark
See also: brand, designation, device, earmark, indicant, indication, indicator, label, manifestation, symbol, token
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In 1949, the writers considered emblematical for the Soviet socialist realism, such as Gorki, Ostrovski, Sholokhov, Fadeiev, Simonov, Ehrenburg and so on, are massively translated in Romania.
1769--Pictures painted in New York 87--amongst these is "a small whole length of William Williams Junr Painter" among innumerable portraits are An Emblematical piece for ye Corsican Club A small Moonlight for Lord Rosehill A small whole length of Lady Rosehill A Conversation of Mr.
For Neale this treatment smacked of animal worship and was "more terribly emblematical of the oppressive yoke of tyranny than anything that 1 know of, at least in my own humble opinion.
At one point in the town a wheelbarrow containing a shovel and a pickaxe had been hoisted up; emblematical, it is presumed, of industry and the important scheme that was to be celebrated that day.
When neoclassic socialist realism was having its sway over Malayalam literature, Madhavikutty dared to experiment with a new kind of language - plain, lucid, transparent yet poignant and richly emblematical.