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A programming language that uses turtle graphics to teach children the elements of programming
A symbol or emblem that acts as a trademark or a means of identification of an institution or other entity
{i} high programming language used mainly for learning the fundamentals of programming (Computers)
an identifying symbol used to advertise and promote an organization, event, product or service Usually, such symbols combine pictorial and textual elements in a distinctive manner When consisting solely of stylized textual elements, such symbols are referred to as logotypes or wordmarks
A company, partnership or corporate creation (design) that denotes a unique entity A possible combination of letters and art work to create a "sole" entity symbol of that specific unit
In popular usage any image (map, picture, text, monogram, emblem, acronym, siglum) used as a sign for a company, brand, and so forth Logos are often descended from heraldry
symbol that represents a person, firm, or organization
Logo is an interpreted language designed by Papert in 1966 to be a tool for helping people (especially kids) learn computer programming concepts In addition to being used for that purpose, it is often used as a language for controlling mechanical robots and other similar devices Logo interfaces even exist for building block / toy robot sets Logo uses a special graphics cursor called "the turtle", and Logo is itself sometimes called "Turtle Graphics" Logo is quite portable but not particularly fast Versions can be found on almost every computer platform in the world Additionally, some other languages (notably some Pascal versions) provide Logo-like interfaces for graphics-intensive programming
Always make sure your style guide has information about proper use of your company's logo and/or your site logo, including all variations and approved methods of rendering in techniques such as Flash
a symbol or other recognisable form that allows others to recognise your company, its products, premises etc
A company or product mark lightly inked on the back of the face
A symbolic form, frequently composed of letter shapes, that identifies organizations such as businesses, companies, teams, or schools
The logo of a company or organization is the special design or way of writing its name that it puts on all its products, notepaper, or advertisements. a small design that is the official sign of a company or organization (logotype (19-21 centuries), from logos ( LOGIC) + type)
A combination of characters and/or graphics creating a single design used to identify a company
-a programming language designed for children    It features a "turtle" on the screen that can be programmed to move and turn   It can draw lines on the screen as it goes and therefore is capable of drawing things that can lead to interesting designs and explorations of anything from quilt patterns to mapping to geometry   Newer commercial versions called MicroWorlds include multimedia features that can be programmed: backgrounds that interact with the turtle, animations, audio and video   Many other versions have evolved from the original one created under Seymour Papert's direction at the MIT Media Lab   Extensive background information and access to the software itself in all variations can be obtained via the LOGO Foundation website, http: //el www media mit edu/groups/logo-foundation/            (return to CONTENTS to find your way back to the link point in the section of text that brought you here)
pref. word, speech
Logotype; A distinctive mark that identifies the company, product or brand (providing that all three are the same)
a company emblem or device
An often stylized group of letters, words or symbols used to represent a business or product
A language developed at MIT by Seymore Papert that features commands that move a "turtle" on the CRT screen
An often-stylized group of letters, words or symbols used to represent a business or product The use of a company's logo is regulated by the federal government
-a programming language designed for children    It features a "turtle" on the screen that can be programmed to move and turn   It can draw lines on the screen as it goes and therefore is capable of drawing things that can lead to interesting designs and explorations of anything from quilt patterns to mapping to geometry   Newer commercial versions called MicroWorlds include multimedia features that can be programmed: backgrounds that interact with the turtle, animations, audio and video   Many other versions have evolved from the original one created under Seymour Papert's direction at the MIT Media Lab   Extensive background information and access to the software itself in all variations can be obtained via the LOGO Foundation website, http: //el www media mit edu/groups/logo-foundation/            (return to CONTENTS to find your way back to the link point in the section of text that brought you here)
The trademarked symbol of a business
Company, partnership or corporate creation (design) that denotes a unique entity A possible combination of letters and art work to create a "sole" entity symbol of that specific unit
- A recognizable graphic design element, representing an organization or product
Identification image
{i} graphic symbol which represents a company or organization
A logo containing the name of a company or store has a tremendous effect on a site's overall look Paying for a graphic designer to make a professional looking logo is well worth the money On the Web, logos should generally be saved in gif format, unless they contain photos, in which case they should be saved as a jpeg If you would like to have a logo made for your store, ICentral does custom design
Name, symbol, or trademark of a company or organization Short for logotype
A visual image used as a company trade mark or instead of the company name
Name, symbol or trademark of a company or organization
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Pertaining to a word or to the act of speech
Logo programming language
high-level programming language used mainly for learning the fundamentals of programming
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Word; speech: logogram
logos
In Presocratic philosophy, the principle governing the cosmos. Among the Sophists, the topics of rational argument. In Stoicism, the active, material, rational principle of the cosmos
logos
plural form of logo
logos
The creative word of God, which is itself God and incarnate in Christ
logos
(Gr "word") A symbol for Christ, the word incarnate, or "word made Flesh: ' which is also called "the Word of God" (cf John, 1: 1-4) Lord's Prayer The prayer taught by Christ in the Sermon on the Mount (cf Matt 6: 9-33 and Luke 11: 2-4) It begins with the phrase "Our father " and is the most common Orthodox prayer
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Greek In debate, appealing to reason, a sense of logic
logos
A Greek term meaning both "word" and "reason," used by Greek philosophers to denote the rational principle that creates and informs the universe Amplified by Philo Judaeus of Alexandria, Egypt, to represent the mediator between God and his material creation, as Wisdom had been in Proverbs 8: 22-31, the term found its most famous expression in the prologue to the Fourth Gospel to denote the prehuman Jesus-"the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" (John 1: 14)
logos
Word, speech, account, ratio, reason; cognate with Greek legein to speak, tell, say, gather, choose
logos
the term used by classical philosophers to describe the principle of rationality or law that they observed operating in the universe
logos
plural of logo
logos
Traditionally, the LOGOS in John 1 1 was translated as "the Word," but the Greek "LOGOS" can also be translated as "Reason" which is defined below
logos
Greek for "word", associated in Hellenistic Jewish thought with divine wisdom, as God's creative presence In Stoic thought, logos was understood as the ordering principle of the universe In the prologue of John's Gospel, the Logos is made incarnate
logos
Greek for "word," a term that came to be applied particularly to Jesus Christ as the divine Word made flesh
logos
{i} governing principle of reason (Greek Philosophy); word of God (Judaism); word of God incarnate in Jesus (Christianity)
logos
the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
logos
"word, language, discourse; reason, argument; an account, etc " One of the most polysemous (i e , having many meanings) words in the Greek language Used of the pre-existent Christ in John 1
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word, reason, plan; divine reason as the source of order in the world
logos
The word of God, which itself has creative power; a hypostasis associated with divine wisdom
logos
A word; reason; speech
logos
(Greek: "word," "reason," "plan") In Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason that orders the cosmos and gives it form and meaning. The concept is found in the writings of Heracleitus (6th century BC) and in Persian, Indian, and Egyptian philosophical and theological systems as well. It is particularly significant in Christian theology, where it is used to describe the role of Jesus as the principle of God active in the creation and ordering of the cosmos and in the revelation of the divine plan of salvation. This is most clearly stated in the Gospel of John the Apostle, which identifies Christ as the Word (Logos) made flesh
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Recommended CCACC logos to use on Official Pages OR on Unofficial Pages only as a link to the CCACC Home Page
logos
God The Cosmic Being Who ensouls a planet (Planetary Logos), a solar system (Solar Logos), a galaxy (Galactic Logos) and so on to infinity
logos
A form of rhetoric in which the writer or speaker uses logic as the main argument
logos
In Presocratic philosophy, the principle governing the cosmos ; Among the Sophists, the topics of rational argument ; In Stoicism, the active, material, rational principle of the cosmos
logos
a Greek word meaning intelligence, wisdom, God, spirit, fire, and order The Apostle John identified Jesus as the Logos in The Gospel of John
logos
the impersonal, discriminating factor that characterizes male psychology and a woman's animus See Eros
logos
which is the appeal of the evidence or the reasoning process, involves finding good reasons, often expressed in because-clauses, for an argument Students may benefit from a brief review of the section in Chapter 2 that covers purpose as a link between actual and ideal situations before considering good reasons in logos
logos
(Gr "word") A symbol for Christ, the word incarnate, or "word made Flesh: ' which is also called "the Word of God" (cf John, 1: 1-4)
logos
The divine Word; Christ
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