ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. ASCII code is a character-encoding language used by computers and other communications devices to recognize text. Most characters and symbols can be displayed using ASCII codes.
A group of colorful children's blocks, artfully stacked, spell out I Love Dad in colors of red, blue, orange, and yellow. Of course, you don't need to be a child to tell your father that you love him.
Children's blocks in colors of red, blue, orange, and yellow are stacked to spell out I Love Mom. Regardless of age, most children want to tell their Moms how much they love and appreciate them.
Address labels come in many forms, and those used for mailing letters and packages can be stick-on or imprinted onto the box. This rectangular package has a large imprinted section for hand writing the receiver's address.
If you are using your home office for things like paying bills, writing letters, and surfing the Internet for personal use, and don't have a spare room, try borrowing a little space from another room.
A photograph depicts the center aisle of the library, with library shelving on each side. Walk down the aisle and read the letters on each shelving unit, until you come to the one that holds the book you are looking for.
A cloth tag with the letters XXL are sewn into a red knit garment. The cloth tag indicates the size of the garment, allowing wearers to more easily choose clothing that fits.
A tag with the letters XL, indicating the size extra large, is stitched into the back of a red garment. The simple tag will allow those shopping for clothes to easily determine if the garment is the correct size.
Since adding “de-” or “dis-” to a word usually suggests some sort of undoing, it’s no surprise that D-words—dysfunction, disruption, despair—were something of a theme in 2017. ...
By Marian Salzman, Contributor. Forbes. Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:47:00 -0500.
Hardcore fans of Al-Hilal Omdurman taunt their fiercest rivals with a giant banner depicting Adolf Hitler's head as well as holding up letters spelling out the word Holocaust.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Thu, 07 Dec 2017 13:37:54 +1100.