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You play as Vivienne, a mascot the company created from its recognizable monogram, and traverse a whimsical landscape on the way to a birthday celebration, all the while collecting items such as candles that unlock postcards.
Jacobs saw himself as both rebelling against an icon and also creating a new monogram.
One of the earliest works in the show depicts the monogram MT, for Marie-Thérèse.
More common than any other Christian symbol in the Catacombs is the so-called Constantinian monogram, .
In a moment the Breton woman returned with a dainty little case of gold with a monogram of sapphires in one corner.
The ring shown in Fig. 117 bears the sacred monogram accompanied by the significant Alpha and Omega.
This is so true that the monogram can still be seen on the column of the Halle au Ble, which was built by Catherine alone.
Plain Gothic-bordered tablets, with a central monogram, occupy the wall below the window.
On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monogram, such as: character, cipher, design, identification, and initials.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.