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▪ In fact, one recent industry merger has brought a new logo to the car-rental section of many Florida airports.
▪ Guests were presented with balloons, badges and pens all emblazoned with the distinctive new logo.
▪ It was even their advertisements which furnished the company with a new logo.
▪ You will be seeing more of our vision on roads all over the world, wherever you see the new Toyota logo.
▪ They are supplied with a demonstration kit of a washer and dryer plus a small van painted with the company logo.
▪ Recently, there has been a move towards customised self-liquidating premiums, an example being luxury bathrobes bearing the company logo.
▪ The company needs to be sensitive to local preferences and tastes, and such things as company logos should incorporate local preferences.
▪ Watermark an impression incorporated in the paper making process showing the name of the paper and/or the company logo.
▪ The scratched little screen played her a little tune and showed a phone company logo.
▪ The machineheads bear the Valley Arts logo, but exude the Schaller/Grover lineage, possibly via Gotoh.
▪ Recently, there has been a move towards customised self-liquidating premiums, an example being luxury bathrobes bearing the company logo.
▪ If it did not bear the Grisham logo it would not even deserve our notice.
▪ Registration could be on a site or company basis and will allow companies to use a recognised logo.
▪ However, in November 1999 Green Globe 21 introduced an annual, independent check on operators wishing to use the logo.
▪ Virtually every organisation, large or small, uses a logo to express its identity to the public.
▪ His costume had the Superman logo across the chest.
▪ The baseball team has a new logo.
▪ You can buy bags with the company logo on them in the gift shop.
▪ By displaying its attractive logo, customers are reassured when considering a purchase.
▪ Dunbar Cos., Baltimore, united its six security-related businesses under its flagship name and logo.
▪ Forget the white socks and team shirts splashed with the logo of your favorite gas-jockeys.
▪ He jacked it up and watched as a station logo which meant nothing to him appeared on the screen.
▪ Inlaid into the front of the black-faced headstock is the familiar Gibson logo, and what looks like a stylised seahorse.
▪ Kenny's had a splendid sponsor's name and logo.
▪ The chosen logo was one of four developed by Minale Tattersfield, the design shop, at a cost of £50,000.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1937, probably a shortening of logogram "sign or character representing a word."


n. 1 A symbol or emblem that acts as a trademark or a means of identification of an institution or other entity. 2 (context science English) A single graphic which contains one or more separate elements. 3 An ensign, a badge of office, rank, or power.


n. a company emblem or device [syn: logotype]

Logo (programming language)

Logo is an educational programming language, designed in 1967 by Daniel G. Bobrow, Wally Feurzeig, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon. Today the language is remembered mainly for its use of turtle graphics, in which commands for movement and drawing produced line graphics either on screen or with a small robot called a turtle. The language was originally conceived to teach concepts of programming related to Lisp and only later to enable what Papert called " body-syntonic reasoning", where students could understand (and predict and reason about) the turtle's motion by imagining what they would do if they were the turtle. There are substantial differences among the many dialects of Logo, and the situation is confused by the regular appearance of turtle-graphics programs that mistakenly call themselves Logo.

Logo is a multi-paradigm adaptation and dialect of Lisp, a functional programming language. There is no standard Logo, but UCBLogo has best facilities for handling lists, files, I/O, and recursion in scripts, and can be used to teach all computer science concepts, as UC Berkeley lecturer Brian Harvey did in his Computer Science Logo Style trilogy. For tertiary level teaching, however, Logo has been superseded by Scheme, and scripting languages.

Logo (disambiguation)

A logo is a graphic used to represent an entity.

Logo may also refer to:

  • Logo (programming language)
  • Logo, Mali
  • Logo, Nigeria
  • Logo TV
  • Logo language
  • Logo people, an ethnic group
  • Logo Records, a record label
  • Honda Logo, a car
  • The Logo Board Game, often shortened to "LOGO"
  • Jerry West, aka "The Logo", American basketball player
  • The shortened word for a production logo, where a short animation plays to show a logo of a company

A logo (abbreviation of logotype, from logos "word" and τύπος typos "imprint") is a graphic mark, emblem, or symbol commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organization (a logotype or wordmark).

In the days of hot metal typesetting, a logotype was one word cast as a single piece of type, e.g. "The" in ATF Garamond (as opposed to a ligature, which is two or more letters joined, but not forming a word). By extension, the term was also used for a uniquely set and arranged typeface or colophon. At the level of mass communication and in common usage, a company's logo is today often synonymous with its trademark or brand.

Usage examples of "logo".

Logos was particularly considered under the more accessible character of the Son of an Eternal Father, and the Creator and Governor of the world.

Slogan --- same as a position statement, but usually accompanies the logo and serves as a signature to the advertisement or communications vehicle.

It may consist of an advertisement or a series of promotional pieces-a directmail flier, a radio commercial, a TV storyboard or a logo design.

While the headlines and visuals change, the overall impression is the same, so that ultimately the customer recognizes the advertiser without looking at the logo.

There are lots of talented students who will help you develop your artwork, logos and advertising materials.

Feliz por ter falado com meu amigo e por saber que o veria logo, fui para o pomar.

Many of the plantations carried billboards with the AFI logo and others, and there was even another AFI plant research station, a small complex of gleaming glass and chrome that looked as if it would be more at home on the Bath Road out of London than in the middle of Africa.

Logos, and it is perfected, after complete asceticism, by mystic ecstatic contemplation in which a man loses himself, but in return is entirely filled and moved by God.

The screen went blank for a moment, then was filled with an innocuous cityscape, a KOMA logo in the bot- torn corner.

He created the ideal world only, and caused the material world to be made real after its type, by His LOGOS, which is His speech, and at the same time the Idea of Ideas, the Intellectual World.

To some, the world was created by the LOGOS or WORD, first manifestation of, or emanation from, the Deity.

New World Travel logo for the bags himself: a blue and green globe enwreathed in olive branches, suspended from the beaks of two doves.

Jesus their personality, the very Logos himself, was consciously embodied, to be brought nearer to men, to be exemplified and recommended to them.

Uzi-Biotech logo embossed on the magazine which held two cartridges of gelated recombinant DNA.

The whole world was staring at this logo, but it had been Glick, a bit of a symbologist himself, who had first seen the Illuminati symbology hidden in it.