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Who is an iconic actor?
Clark Gable for doing 12 movies in 1 year and hes in some of the best movies made Harold Lloyd for doing 20 movies in the 1920s and done talkies and silent movies and done every stunt he done himself even when he lost a thumb of a bomb Orlando Bloom for being in 2 of the 3 movies that earned over 1 billion dollars
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A visual memory.
A camera icon is a little picture or symbol on the menu settings which indicate an option on the camera. An icon which shows a flash symbol would indicate one is working in th…e flash area settings.
A symbol on your desktop that is a shortcut to a program, such as Microsoft word.
Iconator was apparently full of viruses so it was taken down recently.
It's a legitimate tool. It just saves the icon placement on your desktop in case you change the resolution of your screen, it will restore icons back where they were.
In the Broadest Sense Typically when someone refers to an icon it will refer to a picture or a representation of some kind. Meanings behind icons are usually highly figu…rative. In computers An icon is a image or a small picture that may let you open a file. You will often find these icons on the desktop of your computer. Usually desktop icons will represent something about the application you are opening. For example, the "Recycle Bin" icon is a trash can, meaning you are going to throw away a file. Another example is the Itunes icon. It is a CD with a musical note on it, representing music and other entertainment media that can be bought and played. In people An icon can be a person famous, usually for something in particular. For example, Elvis could be seen as an icon of rock and roll music and Michael Jackson can be seen as an icon of pop music. Nowadays you will hear the term "gay icon." This is a person that represents or advocates the gay community. Examples of gay icons include Cher and Madonna. In religion Found prevalently in the Orthodox and Catholic Churches an icon is a representation of some religious figure. Often times in the latter churches it is of Mary or Jesus. For example, the icon "Theotokos of Vladimir" clearly represents Mary and Jesus though the name literally means "Virgin of Vladimir." Often times people will add their own culture to paintings, meaning they will change names to reflect their own cultural names and they will also change the likeness of figures to represent what they themselves look like all the while they keep the same figurative meaning. (for k-12; a religious piece of art depicting holy people and/or events.)
Answer National icons are things that represent a country, for example plants, animals, landmarks, buildings, people or activities. For example, when I talk abou…t Mount Everest, you think Nepal. When I talk about Big Ben, you think London, England. When I talk about the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Uluru or a kangaroo, you think Australia. When I talk about the Statue of Liberty, you think United States. These things are amongst instantly recognisable national icons because as soon as somebody mentions them, their main connection is to their country of origin.
Answer Computer icons are small graphics meant to represent data files. Embeded icons are actually stored in the file itself.
An icon represents an object in the operations system - an application, a folder, a file etc. Clicking it initiates some action on this object (running an application, opening… a file and so on).
Answer A picture or graphical representation of an object on a display screen to which a user can point to with a device, such as a mouse, to select a particular… operation or perform a certain action.
A file, folder, or program =P
Visual (image) representation of an application, document, etc.
They are symbols on a computer screen or they can be like little god statues like the Buddha, go on Google type in buddha icon (click images first) go to the third page and cl…ick the very first pitchure you see. (in the center left hand corner ^
The tumultuous and towering sixties was a time where a distinctly Western Civilization t confronted a distinctly Eastern civilization and the cataclysm that followed shook the… world. It was a time that will not soon be forgot and for many a time fondly remembered. Of course, Paul Katner founder of the seminal rock band Jefferson Airplane said sometime years later that; "If you remember anything about the sixties, then you weren't really there.". And you know, that's cool man. I mean I can dig what he's saying, but it also in many ways typifies the general mood of much of the younger generation of that decade. While it was Tom Wolfe, who wrote the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test chronicling the use of LSD, indeed glorifying the use and excess, who later declared the 1970's "the me generation". I don't know about you man, but it seems to me that many of those who were around in the sixties yet can not remember them were necessary prototypes of that so-called me generation. For those who took Timothy Leary's advice and tuned out and dropped in or endeavored to carry monkeys on their backs while shooting heroin or just plain smoking pot, it is most likely those who still had parents alive a decade or two later, their parents remembered the sixties. It was a time where those such as Dr. Martin Luther King continued to "have a dream" and fight for equal justice. Where Kennedy's sat at the court of "Camelot" and Castro and Che took revolution to a whole new level. Where President John F. Kennedy and then his predecessor Lyndon Johnson took young American boys and sent them to the jungles of Vietnam to advise and dodge bullets or die! All this for half a country at civil war in an idealogical battle over communism and making "a world safer for democracy." A time when lifetime administrators such as J. Edgar Hoover escalated "dirty tricks" investigation under the guise of necessary governmental duties and a time when the assassinations of political leaders became the news of the day. It was a time when Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschev banged his shoe on a U.N table and pigs were either policeman or risky CIA adventures in a Cuban bay. It was the time of races both species and technos where every day people raced towards equality and nations endeavored to conquer the universe. The sixties was the time when Elvis went from being the King of rock n roll to a fading star of pop and movie star of little substance. A time when Marilyn Monroe dumped a beloved baseball icon in Joe DiMaggio for dalliances with a President finally waking up dead from an overdose of prescription medicine. A time when Jimmi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and Eric Clapton ruled the airwaves while Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Doris Day watched through bewildered eyes as record labels and filmmakers's began showing less interest in them and more in the young rising stars of the new generation. This was the sixties man, and the adolescence of the consumer age was bullish, if you know what I'm saying, because it was where free markets and black markets expanded and flourished. Where all those years later, the British finally invaded America with the likes of the fabulous four that were that liked to be called The Beatles. The Beatles were cool man because they asked the girls to "love, love, me do" with professions of sexual frustration by declaring "I wanna hold your hand." This was the sixities, not the fabulous fifties nor the frugal forties nor the threadbare thirties nor the uproarious twenties. Not this decade, no way man, for this was a time of revolution and this decade was content to just be the sixties. In the fifties what everybody liked was Ike man, for being trustworthy and solid and like...well, old. But this was the sixties can you dig? There was like a whole new counter culture that declared new wisdoms beginning with; "Don't trust anyone over thirty." The status quo was changing baby, and those baby boomer's were booming with the fire of youth and the wisdom of "mind expansion man" It was the decade that gave us the summer of love where Beach Boys would so melodically and harmoniously sing out sunshine and how young lovers dream. There was Sgt. Peppers with their Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, while they had tea with the Dali Lama while looking at works of Salvador Dali, and wondereing why fame and fortune were such a drag. Where Jackie Kennedy nee Bouvier decided to move on to be Jackie O. Oh baby it was the sixties man and they, those in the know, who would not take no for an answer, declared it their time and if you weren't them, or at the very least with them, then you were just a drag. It was a time where right had gone past the point of no return and the new left stood up and said "hey mister if you're such a better man then I" then answer me this, why do cannon balls still fly in the air? It was way past groovy and no one left it to Beaver any longer, no way man, they tuned in for Laugh In's where Dan and Dick made cracks that made no sense at all, and told the man, straight up man, "Look that up in your Funk and Wagnall's"! You get what I'm saying man? No more wacky redheads and stoic wives, it was a time for Dreaming of Jeannie and "going boldly where no man had gone before". Where Mission Impossibles were a piece of cake or magic brownies depending on who's house your watching, if you dig. Sure man, there was still that war over in 'nam, but they were getting things handled while reading good Karl, and Jung and Kant not concerned with what they can't just concerned with scoring and arguing over who buried Paul. Can you dig it man? This was a time for peace and for love so even The Batman was charming and nonviolent in his crime fighting ways. But don't get me wrong man, it wasn't all peaches and cream. They all stood silently by their color t.v.'s and watched as little John-John saluted his father that day. Sure it was the sixties with love ins and laugh ins but dreams get shattered man, and turning thirty comes sooner than you think. They took away John and then they took away Bobby and Martin Luther King, man! You got any idea how many marched in Washington with the King that day? Things were starting to get out of hand and everyone was just way too far out to cope. But the Feds and the Fuzz had to bash in some heads and keep them long haired hippie freaks out of the parks with their Frisbee's and fun loving ways. The war in South East Asia was only getting worse and heroes who came home with only one leg got spit on and called baby killers because they, those in the know, they with their peace symbols hanging around their neck on brown leather straps, who were righteous and good in their violent passion for pacifism. Can you grasp what I'm telling you man? Things were getting real heavy man, and yeah they were brothers, like Able and Cain were brothers nothing at all like John and Bobby. Ain't a whole lot of sunshine when Manson families could care less about love, more in tune with their Helter Skelter hate so they killed Sharon Tate. Sure man, there were still victories and celebrations because I'll tell you what, the Viet Cong shocked us all by being offensive during the time of Tet and even though those communist brothers so loved by Jane Fonda failed that time and Americans prevailed, they lost the hearts and minds of the American public man, when dear, dear sweet and trusted Walter Cronkite declared it a lost cause. So they partied at Woodstock and celebrated like it was graduation day before shooting off to the future like 2001 and freaky deakey spacey oddities where darkness and light became gray. One last time they let it all hang out before the party would end. But this was the end my friends as time waits for no one, and in the end there are always those silent majorities. So you wanna know what killed the sixties, man? Because I'll tell you what killed the sixties it was the man! Because I'm telling you man, "when a man come on the t.v. and says you can't be a man like the man because you don't smoke the same cigarettes as he" there just ain't no satisfaction any longer and I can't be an more clear. Forget the grammar forget the diction the sixties were dead when the man gave us Nixon.
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His name is actually spelled Carl Icahn. Carl is an American businessman who is worth an estimated $24.5 billion. He has been married twice and has two children.
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