symbolic language

a specialized language dependent upon the use of symbols for communication and created for the purpose of achieving greater exactitude, as in symbolic logic or mathematics. Unabridged
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What makes the difference is symbolic language which makes significant cultural
  transmission feasible.
But the ideas, the imagination are triggering the century compiled collective
  knowledge and power in this symbolic language.
It was found that at a general level there are many commonalities in the
  symbolic language used in each country.
Through the study of algebra, a student develops an understanding of the
  symbolic language of mathematics and the sciences.
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