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Sayeret Matkal
General Staff Reconnaissance Unit, or Unit 269, more commonly known as Sayeret Matkal, special reconnaissance unit (sayeret) of the General Staff (matkal), or simply "The Unit", is the prime special …
The backslash \ is a typographical mark used mainly in computing and is the mirror image of the common slash /.
R74n Logo
The logo for the R74n website collective.
Seal of Enneutrū'ū Kí
An enclosed eight pointed stars with alchemical symbols inside of it, along with Hebrew inscriptions.
Monas Hieroglyphica
The Monas Hieroglyphica (or Hieroglyphic Monad) is an esoteric symbol invented and designed by John Dee, the Elizabethan Magus and Court Astrologer of Elizabeth I of England. It is also the title of …
Three finger salute
Originally used in the Hunger Games in protest of the government, it is used in many countries in Asia to protest oppression,
A small round circle or point.
Under Armour Logo
Under Armour, Inc. is an American sports equipment company that manufactures footwear, sports and casual apparel.
Adverting council Australia
A circle with an A and C inside of it. The A stands for Advertising and Australia, and the C stands for Council.
The Kia Logo
The Kia car manufacturer logo has gone through several changes since the company's inception in 1944. The earliest version of the logo featured the Korean characters for "Kyungsung Precision Industry…
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…
The Infinity Cross
An Infinity Cross.
Symbol of symbol
Symbol of symbol is the symbol of symbol . That is the sine of symbol.
The Cartoon Network logo
The Cartoon Network logo has gone through several iterations, each reflecting the network's evolving brand identity.
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 glyph as in "I am"
Acclamation Point
An unconventional punctuation mark indicating an enthusiastic demonstration of honor, goodwill, or welcome.
An unconventional punctuation mark meant to replace the phrase 'and/or'.
The asterism is used to draw attention to a passage of text, or divide chapters, verses, and other segments in a piece of writing.
Authority Point
An unconventional punctuation mark intended to convey a note of expertise.
Certitude Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used to let the reader know that the writer is absolutely certain something is true.
Doubt Point
An unconventional punctuation mark used when the writer wants to end a sentence with a skeptical tone.
An unconventional punctuation mark between a period and excalamation point.
Exclamation Comma
An unconventional punctuation mark that allows the writer to use an exclamation point in the middle of a sentence.
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.


Are you a world flags master?

A Greenland
B Zambia
C Lebanon
D British Virgin Islands