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If I ever get a slide with summer and winter, I hope I remember to "borrow"
> preparing a slide presentation for an upcoming seminar, our
> first draft uses the typical dry visual style; for example,
> tables that present data use words only. Our graphiste
> suggested an alternative:
> the icon of a sun with sunglasses
> to represent summer, and a series of snowflakes to
> represent winter.