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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpictorialpic‧to‧ri‧al /pɪkˈtɔːriəl/ adjective  PICTUREusing or relating to paintings, drawings, or photographs a pictorial record of their journey
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pictorialFor quick accurate identifications the most promising keys are totally pictorial.Nevertheless, Ramsay's consummate sense of pictorial design remains as powerful as ever.This easy use by non specialists is the great advantage of pictorial keys.This rapid transmission of pictorial output demands very high speed links.But this sculpture remains an isolated example, emphasizing the fact that in its earliest stage Cubism was primarily a pictorial revolution.Holy pictures frequently stressed the permanence and safety of the past by remaining within pictorial traditions established during the last century.
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