Collective Coverings, Communal Skin explores camouflage fabric as a material with symbolic links to violence and conflict.
What does SYLK stand for?
SYLK stands for Symbolic Link
This definition appears very frequently
- Support Your Local Biker (motorcycles)
- Support Your Local Brewery
- Scottish Young Liberal Democrats
- Support Your Local Dealer
- Support Your Local DJ
- Systèmes Linguistiques, Enonciation et Discursivité (French: Linguistic Systems, Enunciation and Discursivity)
- Support Your Local Feminist
- Sveriges Yngre Läkares Förening (Swedish: Sweden's Young Physician Association)
- Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund
- Support Your Local Gunfighter
- Spank You Like a Monkey
- Support Your Local Monarch
- Support Your Local Mongols
- Special Yen Loan Package (Japan Bank for International Cooperation)
- Summer Youth Leadership Program (various locations)
- Support Your Local Police
- Support Your Local Scene
- Support Your Local Ska Band
- Systeme de Lancement Vertical (French: Vertical Launch System)
- Salesian Youth Movement
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new studio pavilion is set on the north side of the original building, partly enclosing a large, interstitial courtyard, the physical and symbolic link between old and new.
Kimigayo,'' unofficially translated in English as ''His Majesty's Reign,'' was defined under law as Japan's national anthem in 1999, but singing it remains a sensitive issue for some people due to its symbolic links to Japan's imperial system and militarist past.
Examples include installing Googlizer to allow instant Google searching from selected text in any document (including pdfs); using symbolic links to create shortcuts without running into trouble with permissions; bulk renaming photos with meaningful names instead of camera-generated numbers; and using gnome-blog to update blogs directly from the desktop.
On either side, enlarged avenues would have been a practical solution to the city's transport problems and a symbolic link between Cardiff's two hearts.
Circumcision plays a key role in this analysis because of its literal embodiment of Jews' otherness, symbolic link with the Freudian castration complex, and the majority Germanic view of Jewish men of the period as feminized.