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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH iconicon , ikon
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There are certain icons and phrases that have made their way in the public awareness that people really resonate with.
With industry icons who’d previously eliminated tips, like Danny Meyer, reintroducing them in the pandemic to give hard-hit employees more cash, pay equity seems a moving goalpost — but one that arguably more people are aware of than before.The Toxicity of Restaurant Kitchens Is Exactly Why I Never Reported Abuses|Lindsey Danis|February 4, 2021|Eater
After her release in 2010, she became an icon of human rights, mentioned in the same breath as Gandhi or Mandela.Aung San Suu Kyi Faces New Charges After the Coup. Can Myanmar's Democracy Survive Without Her?|Amy Gunia|February 3, 2021|Time
DeepFuckingValue, the Reddit trading icon, was still up 2,800% yesterday.
Suu Kyi, former democracy icon, defends Myanmar against genocide allegationsIn Myanmar coup, Suu Kyi’s ouster heralds return to military rule|Shibani Mahtani, Timothy McLaughlin|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
This penchant for medical internationalism goes back to the greatest icon of the revolution, Ernesto “Che” Guevara.
Sxities icon Eugene McCarthy spent his final years warning about the negative impact of unfettered immigration.
Padre Goyo, with his clerical collar and his bulletproof vest, is an icon for those fighting drugs and corruption.
The family remain close to the democracy icon, who earlier this month sent a letter of condolences to Than Dar.Hope and Change? Burma Kills a Journalist Before Obama Arrives|Joshua Carroll|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Three days after that, the author of the original Rollins piece published a defense of his skewering of the sax icon.
In front of the icon the Gentiles said their prayers, on their knees, crossing themselves all the time.The Promised Land|Mary Antin
A so-called "fourth part," with the title of Icon Animorum, appeared in 1614.
Thus might a devout Russian have greeted a lost icon, and worshipped, silently, a re-found saint.Mount Music|E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
Then the wildest Nistinare seizes the icon, turns it to the crowd, and with naked feet climbs the pyre of glowing embers.Modern Mythology|Andrew Lang
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An image used in worship in the Eastern Orthodox Church and among other Christians (see also Christian) of similar traditions. Icons depict Jesus, Mary, and the saints, usually in a severe, symbolic, nonrealistic way.