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What is an icon?

In the Broadest Sense . Typically when someone refers to an icon it will refer to apicture or a representation of some kind. Meanings behind icons areusually highly figurative. In computers . An icon is a image or a small picture that may let you open afile. You will often find these icons on the (MORE)

What does icon do?

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).

What was a flapper?

A flapper was a young woman of the 1920's who was considered to betesting the acceptable behavior of previous generations. In theslang of the period, she was "the it girl." Their appearanceincluded short, bobbed hair styles, fancy hats, and makeup. Theywore short skirts or long, flat, but often gaud (MORE)

Who was a flapper?

A Flapper was a woman in the 1920s. A Flapper would bob their hair, smoke, drink, wear skin-showing dresses, party, you name it. They were rebelious and loved to have fun.

Who were flappers?

During the 1920's the flappers represented a change in the American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. The skinny boyish figure was stylish at this time and, in some cases, so was unisex fashion. They drank, smoked, cursed, (MORE)

How old were flappers?

They were usually quite young - in their teens and twenties, but some older women got into the craze of flapperhood too.

Who or what is a flapper?

a flapper is a woman from the 1920's. flappers demonstrated how women of that time didn't need to wear huge dresses, long hair and cover every part of their body to be feminine, like they did in the 1800's. to break away from the strict stereotypes, they cut they're hair short, wore flat chested, sh (MORE)

What did flappers do?

Th ey danced and acted all crazy!The loved having all the attention! They always had alot of enery!!! Oh,and one more thing, FLAPPERS RULE!!! flappers were women rebelling against society. they smoked, drank, hiked up their hem lines.. i just learned about this yesterday in class (MORE)

How does flappers do it?

Flappers wore short skirts and did not care for acceptable behavioras deemed by society. Flappers sported a bob hair style and listenmuch to jazz music.

What are icons?

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 click the very first pitchure you see. (in the center left hand corner ^

Why is a flapper girl?

To gain independence for women. They cut there hair, wore shorter clothes, started to smoke, put make-up on in public and got jobs. Do drugs be rambuchshish and sluty

Flappers in 1920s?

Flappers were northern, urban young women who held jobs. Thesewomen led an exciting lifestyle for the time by bobbing their hair,wearing short dresses, and taking part in city nightlife. Theysmoked, went to "Speakeasies" and were sexually liberated.

How did Flappers come to be?

The 'Flapper' came about in the 1920's because women were justwanting to be a little daring. They had finally won the right tovote and they were 'thumbing' their noses at society in general. Itwas a way to show independence.

What is an 'icon'?

An icon is a pictogram used in a graphical user interface. The can represent applications, files, folders, devices etc. in an operations system (Windows, MacOS, Linux or other). Clicking an icon performs an action on the object it represents.

When did the flappers start?

It began in the 1920's.\nThe term referres to young women who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to the new Jazz music, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. The flappers were seen as brash for wearing excessive makeup, drinking, treating sex in a c (MORE)

What was a flapper and how did they dress?

A Flapper was a rebelious girl on the 1920s who liked to have fun and do 'crazy' things. They wore dressed that had a low back and strappie shoulders. They wore strapie shoes that had a small heel, and a bonnet-sort of hat, although I forget what they called those. they also carried around clutches. (MORE)

Why were flappers popular?

flappers were beautiful women. Mostly revolutionizing the "mod" fashion genre. Short hair, with "flappy" or short dresses, they were considered sex symbols, and also influenced the "pin-up" girls used on advertising cars, and other machines or other products. The flappers were an idol for most teena (MORE)

Where did flappers start?

Flappers started in Great Britain just after World War I. The firstmention of the word was found in the 1922 Atlantic Monthlymagazine.

Why were flappers important?

Flappers appeared around the 1920's, they were a "new type" ofwomen for the time. They were important, because they providedentertainment but this is about the time women became moreindependent and self sufficient. They did things, that paved theway for women in the future.

What did flappers symbolize?

During the 1930's the flappers represented a change in the American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. They skinny boyish figure was stylish at this time as well as unisex fashion. They drank, smoked cursed, danced, particip (MORE)

Tell you about flappers?

During the 1930's the flappers represented a change in the American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. They skinny boyish figure was stylish at this time as well as unisex fashion. They drank, smoked cursed, danced, particip (MORE)

Why did the flappers start?

flappers started because after the world war woman just went wild, crazy. They broke rules, smoked, wore tight dresses, and cut their hair.

When did flappers end?

It took the stock market crash of 1929 to bring the era of the flapper to a sudden end Read more: http://www.fashionencyclopedia.com/fashion_costume_culture/Modern-World-1919-1929/Flappers.html#ixzz0WgNlaA1W

Why is a flapper a girl?

I dunno. They just are. Why are hens female chickens? Why are girls female humans? However, they did have a couple names for the 'boy' Flapper. I forget what they are, though.

What is characteristic of a flapper?

short hairdos, called bobs, and short slinky skirts and dresses, and to put real shock value, cigarettes in long holders!! thes gals were the moderns of the 20s

What are toilet flappers?

\nToilet flappers is the washer underneath the flushing mechanism. Normally black or orange in colour.

What is the history of flappers?

During the 1930's the flappers represented a change in the American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. They skinny boyish figure was stylish at this time as well as unisex fashion. They drank, smoked cursed, danced, particip (MORE)

What is the definition of flappers?

During the 1930's the flappers represented a change in the American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. They skinny boyish figure was stylish at this time as well as unisex fashion. They drank, smoked cursed, danced, particip (MORE)

What Did Flappers Do For Fun?

Flappers was a trend that started in the roaring twenties. Girls started doing things that where considered radical at the time, like weiring knee length dresses, driving cars, bobbing their hair (cutting it short). they also would go dancing, drinking, partying, and smocking. The girls swimsuit had (MORE)

What is flapper Jane?

Flapper Jane is a website devoted to the 1920's. It is obviously anhistorical website and is a very good source for Roaring Twentiesinformation.

What was the flapper era?

The flapper era was during the 1920s, also known as the Roaring Twenties, in the US. Flappers were young women who behaved and dressed in a boldly unconventional manner for women of the time period. They wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, and listened to jazz music. Also, flappers would flaunt th (MORE)

What is a damper flapper?

The damper flapper is what Al Butz created in 1885 that was the basis of the company Honeywell Inc.

What does a flapper symbolize?

A flapper was a woman who wore clothing pleasing to a man's taste. They were not socially accepted by the older more respectable women of their time because of the clothing they wore and they way they danced.

What icons did the first computers have?

They didn't have icons, they had a blank screen with a flashing cursor. There was no such thing as a Windows type interface. You would type in commands to tell the computer what to do.

Why were the flappers called the flappers?

While doing research on a project for the 1920's, I read somewhere that it was because of the flapping movement of their arms while doing the popular 1920's dance, the charleston. hope this helped :)

Why did the first people in America get to America?

John Smith was sent to America and came to look for bullion. He founded Jamestown along with his crew. They endured harsh conditions that they were not prepared for and ended up abandoning the settlement. The problem was since they came for bullion, all they wanted to do was look for bullion and not (MORE)

Why did flappers turn to flappers?

Flappers needed to turn into flappers because they needed to show the world that men and women are equal in every way. if guys can go out in public and smoke and wear whatever they wanted then so can the women

Who won in Americas best dance crew the iconic boyz or you are you?

I.aM.mE ( Inspire, Motivate, Energize ) ......... I am me we design unique till' your eyes roll back and find your mind in pi-eces ...of a hole in a skull with a role to play and soul with a mark to make sense for free by never forgetting what we were ment to be,... our identity!!