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Skinny Dipper Flag
A skinny dipper is someone who swims naked, The Skinny Dipper Flag was designed by the nAKed Friends in Alaska. to inform others that they are entering an area where there could be social nudity. …
The Hyundai Logo
The Hyundai logo consists of a stylized letter "H" that is enclosed in an oval shape. The oval is divided into two parts, with the top half being dark blue and the bottom half being light blue. The l…
Seattle Kraken Logo
Since Seattle was awarded the NHL’s 32nd franchise in 2018, marketing experts worked behind the scenes for a whole year, talked to locals, and polled over 200,000 future fans to build a brand players…
White Bison of The Pragmatic Party
This is the equivalent of the elephant for the gop and the donkey for the dnc it is a white bison of the american plains
Grandomastery symbol
The Grandomastery symbol combines shuffle and the Sierpinski triangle to represent profound randomness connected to fractals, highlighting patterns within chaos and emphasizing navigation through ran…
Symbol of Resistivity
The symbol for electrical resistivity is represented by the Greek letter "ρ" (rho). The unit of electrical resistivity in the International System of Units (SI) is ohm-meter (Ω·m). Resistivity is a m…
I
I glyph as in "I am"
Andorpersand
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to replace the phrase 'and/or'.
Doubt Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used when the writer wants to end a sentence with a skeptical tone.
Period (Friendly)
An unconventional punctuation mark which combats misperception of a period by lightening the tone of what would otherwise be read as a bitter or sarcastic sentence.
Period (Impartial)
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a lack of hostility or other emotion.
Hemidemisemicolon
An unconventional punctuation mark capable of taking the place of periods, commas, and semicolons.
Love Point
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to denote a statement of affection.
Question Comma
This unconventional punctuation mark allows the writer to use a question mark in the middle of a sentence since the period element has been replaced by a comma.
Rhetorical Question Mark
An unconventional punctuation mark that indicates a rhetorical question.
SarcMark
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to telegraph sarcasm.
Snark Mark
This unconventional punctuation mark helps the reader understand when the meaning of a sentence is different than what the sum of its words appear to mean.
Snark Mark (Variant)
This unconventional punctuation mark helps the reader understand when the meaning of a sentence is different than what the sum of its words appear to mean.
Superellipses
An unconventional punctuation mark that conveys a dramatic pause.

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A Bermuda
B Nicaragua
C Marshall Islands
D Greece

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