• a Representation of the Domains Of The Lord Ti, Bringing to Him Offerings in Procession
    a Representation of the Domains Of The Lord Ti, Bringing to Him Offerings in Procession
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n representation an activity that stands as an equivalent of something or results in an equivalent
    • n representation the act of representing; standing in for someone or some group and speaking with authority in their behalf
    • n representation a creation that is a visual or tangible rendering of someone or something
    • n representation the right of being represented by delegates who have a voice in some legislative body
    • n representation a presentation to the mind in the form of an idea or image
    • n representation a statement of facts and reasons made in appealing or protesting "certain representations were made concerning police brutality"
    • n representation a performance of a play
    • n representation a factual statement made by one party in order to induce another party to enter into a contract "the sales contract contains several representations by the vendor"
    • n representation a body of legislators that serve in behalf of some constituency "a Congressional vacancy occurred in the representation from California"
    • n representation the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent
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Additional illustrations & photos:

the Representation of The Lord Ti Assisting At The Preliminaries of the Sacrifice and Offerings the Representation of The Lord Ti Assisting At The Preliminaries of the Sacrifice and Offerings
The Representation of 'the Cid.'——335 The Representation of 'the Cid.'——335

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Christianity has over a billion followers. Islam is next in representation with half this number.
    • Representation A description or statement; as, the representation of an historian, of a witness, or an advocate.
    • Representation A dramatic performance; as, a theatrical representation; a representation of Hamlet.
    • Representation A likeness, a picture, or a model; as, a representation of the human face, or figure, and the like.
    • Representation Any collateral statement of fact, made orally or in writing, by which an estimate of the risk is affected, or either party is influenced.
    • Representation That which represents.
    • Representation The act of representing, in any sense of the verb.
    • Representation The body of those who act as representatives of a community or society; as, the representation of a State in Congress.
    • Representation The state of being represented.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n representation The act of presenting again.
    • n representation The act of presenting to the mind or the view; the act of portraying, depicting, or exhibiting, as in imagination, in a picture, or on the stage; portrayal.
    • n representation The image, picture, or scene presented, depicted, or exhibited. A picture, statue, or likeness.
    • n representation A statement or an assertion made in regard to some matter or circumstance; a verbal description or statement: as, to obtain money by false representations. Specifically— In insurance and law, a verbal or written statement made on the part of the insured to the insurer, before or at the time of the making of the contract, as to the existence of some fact or state of facts tending to induce the insurer more readily to assume the risk, by diminishing the estimate he would otherwise have formed of it. It differs from a warranty and from a condition expressed in the policy, in being part of the preliminary proceedings which propose the contract, and its falsity does not vitiate the contract unless made with fraudulent intent or perhaps with respect to a material point; while the latter are part of the contract when completed, and non-compliance therewith is an express breach which of itself avoids the contract.
    • n representation An expostulatory statement of facts, arguments, or the like; remonstrance.
    • n representation In psychology, the word chiefly used to translate the German Vorstellung, used in that language to translate the English word idea. See idea, 2 and 3. The immediate object of cognition; any thing that the soul is conscious of. This is now the commonest meaning of Vorstellung, and recent translators have most frequently rendered it by the word idea.
    • n representation A singular conception; a thought or idea of something as having a definite place in space at a definite epoch in time; the image of an object produced in consciousness.
    • n representation A representative cognition; a mediate or vicarious cognition.
    • n representation In law: The standing in the place of another, as an heir, or in the right of taking by inheritance; the personating of another, as an heir, executor, or administrator.
    • n representation More specifically, the coming in of children of a deceased heir apparent, devisee dying before the testator, etc., to take the share their parent would have taken had he survived, not as succeeding as the heirs of the parent, but as together representing him among the other heirs of the ancestor. See representative, n., 3. In Scots law the term is usually applied to the obligation incurred by an heir to pay the debts and perform the obligations incumbent upon his predecessor.
    • n representation Share or participation, as in legislation, deliberation, management, etc., by means of regularly chosen or appointed delegates; or, the system by which communities have a voice in the direction of their own affairs, and in the making of their own laws, by means of chosen delegates: as, parliamentary representation.
    • n representation A representative or delegate, or a number of representatives collectively.
    • n representation Synonyms Show; delineation, portraiture, likeness, resemblance.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Representation act of representing or exhibiting: that which represents: an image: picture: dramatic performance: part performed by a representative: share, participation: statement: delegation
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  • John Ruskin
    “No good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its diseases.”
  • Albert Einstein
    “Formal symbolic representation of qualitative entities is doomed to its rightful place of minor significance in a world where flowers and beautiful women abound.”
  • Susan Sontag
    “In the final analysis, style is art. And art is nothing more or less than various modes of stylized, dehumanized representation.”
  • Saul Landau
    Saul Landau
    “Patrick Henry railed against taxation without representation. He should see it with representation.”
  • Rush Limbaugh
    Rush Limbaugh
    “If Thomas Jefferson thought taxation without representation was bad, he should see how it is with representation.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. reprsentation, L. representatio,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr.,—L. repræsentāre, -ātumre-, again, præsentāre, to place before.


In literature:

They never can have a full representation of ministers.
"History and Ecclesiastical Relations of the Churches of the Presbyterial Order at Amoy, China" by J. V. N. Talmage
However, although it be not THE St. Christopher, it is a graphic representation of the Saint which may possibly be as old as the year 1460.
"A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume Two" by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
Certainly the area of representation in our mind is not simply equivalent to the area of our body.
"Theodicy" by G. W. Leibniz
In the representations of armour, we observe the semicircular and slightly depressed helmet, and no nasels.
"A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume Three" by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
The combination of myth and science in the human mind does not stop here, since, as I have said, it goes on to form ideal representations.
"Myth and Science" by Tito Vignoli
They here assume a false fact, which Mr. Hastings stated in his representation of the business to them.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. XII. (of XII.)" by Edmund Burke
Legislative bodies should be chosen by a system of proportional representation.
"Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Debate Index" by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
He surely meant not to mislead her by fallacious representations.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
Is without a handle, but noticeable for the representation of a bird, on each side of which are two of the little water animals.
"Illustrated Catalogue Of The Collections Obtained From The Indians Of New Mexico And Arizona In 1879" by James Stevenson
Perdita's brief apostrophe to the statue has to be cut, but it is not missed in the representation.
"Shadows of the Stage" by William Winter

In poetry:

And by that play the murder was found out,
And clearly proven, without any doubt;
Therefore, stage representation has a greater effect
On the minds of the people than religious precept.
"Lines in Defence of the Stage" by William Topaz McGonagall

In news:

Earthbound has signed exclusive brand representation agreements with Major League Gaming, Snuggie, Vibe magazine and Austin Reed.
What better moment to consider the representation of black women in popular US culture.
Pennsbury Schools Board keeps taxes steady and changes representation makeup.
In the ever-changing world of the music industry, it's a rarity for bands to reach a decade with the same representation, but Seether are still going strong with Wind-Up Records after hitting the 10-year mark.
The mayor came up with an idea that's been nothing but trouble since the days of the Boston Tea Party: taxation without representation.
Dues are simply taxation without representation for many.
Fight to get more representation in Congress continues with 'symbolic victory.
The District of Columbia received more representation in the halls of Congress this week.
This paper presents proposals of certain extensions to the XTT knowledge representation model, a method of tabular specification for rule-based systems.
Canvases With a Taut Resolution Between Representation and Form.
Group show explores the tenuous relationship between languages, representations, and meanings.
She got involved in the redistricting fight in an effort to improve representation for the upper Kanawha Valley.
From Fair Representation/ YouTube video.
Economic development entity for southeast Louisiana, is on the hunt for national PR representation to tout the business climate for the region.
Says, "Illegal aliens should not be included for the purposes of determining representation in Congress, and that's the bottom line here".

In science:

Small representations of quantum affine sln are the representations which are irreducible when regarded as representations of (non-affine) quantum sln .
Small Representations for Affine q-Schur Algebras
Finally if π (resp. τ) is a representation of a group G 1 (resp. G 2 ) we let [π, τ] be the “external” tensor product representation π ⊗ τ of G × H if G 6= H or the “internal” tensor product representation π ⊗ τ of G otherwise.
Sieving in graphs and explicit bounds for non-typical elements
Modulo trivial representations, the slice representation (Gs : Ns ) associated with s is the direct sum of little adjoint representations for the simple components of Gs ; and n is a nilpotent element in Ns .
Invariant Theory of little adjoint modules
Representations of the Lie algebra. — In the sequel, we construct representations ρ and ρσ of the Lie algebra g, which will be the infinitesimal versions of the two (non unitary equivalent) minimal representations.
Minimal representations of simple real Lie groups of Hermitian type - The Fock model
That χ is a cusp form of G means Vχ , as a representation of G, is a direct sum of finitely many irreducible cuspidal representations, and by Frobenius reciprocity each irreducible cuspidal representation σ which appears when restricted to Gx0 ,k ′ contains the character χ.
On the Cusp Forms of Congruence Subgroups of an almost Simple Lie group