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A symbol is _____. an intentional departure from the normal order, construction, or meaning of words something that is itself and also stands for something else a literal and concrete representation
of an experience of the senses or of an object known by the senses.
c. representation of an experience of the senses or of an object know by the senses
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The REAL answer is "something that is itself and also stands for something else."
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