Expression

Expression may refer to:

Symbolic expression

  • Expression (language), a thought communicated by language
  • Expression (mathematics), a finite combination of symbols that are well-formed according to applicable rules
  • Expression (programming), an instruction to execute something that will return a value
  • Regular expression, a means of matching strings of text in computing
  • Expression marks, (music) notating the musical dynamics

Bodily expression

  • The expression of milk
  • Emotional expression, verbal and non-verbal behaviour that communicates emotion
  • Facial expression, a movement of the face that conveys emotional state
  • Gene expression, the process by which information from a gene is used in biochemistry
  • Expression (sign language), the expressions and postures of the face and body that contribute to the formation of words when signing

Product names

  • Expression (album), an album by John Coltrane
  • Expressions (album), an album by Chick Corea
  • Expressions, an album by Jon Secada
  • Expression crew, a breakdance crew.
  • Expressions, the annual magazine of Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India
  • Microsoft Expression Studio, a digital media and graphic design suite
  • Ex'pression College for Digital Arts, a college in Emeryville, California for the entertainment industry

Other articles related to "expression":

UBE2G2
... catabolic process • protein K48-linked ubiquitination Sources Amigo / QuickGO RNA expression pattern More reference expression data Orthologs Species Human Mouse Entrez 22213 ... Ensembl ... This gene is ubiquitously expressed, with high expression seen in adult muscle ...
Oldsmobile Expression
... The Oldsmobile Expression was a 1990 concept vehicle ... The Expression was a 4-door wagon that featured fiberglass exterior panels and 6 passenger (2+2+2) seating ... (1989) Tube Car (1989) Aerotech III (1989) Expression (1990) Antares (1995) Alero Alpha (1997) Recon (1999) Profile (2000) O4 (2001) ...
Frown
... A frown (also known as a scowl) is a facial expression in which the eyebrows are brought together, and the forehead is wrinkled, usually indicating displeasure, sadness or worry, or less ... wrinkling of the brow, in North America it is primarily thought of as an expression of the mouth ... The mouth expression is also commonly referred to in the colloquial English phrase "turn that frown upside down" which indicates changing from sad to happy ...
UHRF1 - Function
... DNA sequences, and recruits a histone deacetylase to regulate gene expression ... Its expression peaks at late G1 phase and continues during G2 and M phases of the cell cycle ... by regulating topoisomerase II alpha and retinoblastoma gene expression, and functions in the p53-dependent DNA damage checkpoint ...
Propositional Formula
... A propositional formula may also be called a propositional expression, a sentence, or a sentential formula ... precisely, a propositional formula is not a proposition but a formal expression that denotes a proposition, a formal object under discussion, just like ...

Famous quotes containing the word expression:

    Realism should only be the means of expression of religious genius ... or, at the other extreme, the artistic expressions of monkeys which are quite satisfied with mere imitation. In fact, art is never realistic though sometimes it is tempted to be. To be really realistic a description would have to be endless.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    We must continually remind students in the classroom that expression of different opinions and dissenting ideas affirms the intellectual process. We should forcefully explain that our role is not to teach them to think as we do but rather to teach them, by example, the importance of taking a stance that is rooted in rigorous engagement with the full range of ideas about a topic.
    bell hooks (b. 1955)

    You see, my dear, it occurred to me that he’d make a delightful coffin follower. That, that expression of melancholy. It’s very interesting, don’t you think so, my love?
    Vernon Harris (c. 1910)