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Smileys to free download: Bath, hygiene

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Smileys to free download: Flag of world

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Smileys to free download: Soldiers, weapons

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Smileys to free download: WC, toilet

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Smileys to free download: Fun: Games

Fun: Games (68) :

Smileys to free download: Fun: Hoot

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Smileys to free download: Fun: Other

Fun: Other (44) :

Smileys to free download: Characters: Ggeometric shape

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Smileys to free download: Characters: Letter

Characters: Letter (60) :

Smileys to free download: Characters: Symbol

Characters: Symbol (231) :

Smileys to free download: Characters: Number

Characters: Number (28) :

Smileys to free download: Characters: Other

Characters: Other (76) :

Smileys to free download: Animal: Dog

Animal: Dog (462) :

Smileys to free download: Animal: Cat

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Smileys to free download: Animal: Horse

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Smiley, or happy face, is a stylized representation of a smiling human face, commonly represented as a yellow circle (or sphere) with two dots representing eyes and a half circle representing the mouth. “Smiley” is also sometimes used as a generic term for any emotion.

The emoticons on the Internet can largely be traced back to a proposal by Scott Fahlman in a message of 19 September 1982.

In web forums, instant messengers and online games, text emoticons are often automatically replaced with small corresponding images, which came to be called "Emoticons." Similarly, in some versions of Microsoft Word, the Auto Correct feature replaces basic smileys such as :-) and :-( with a single smiley-like character

Many sites use GIF or PNG graphic files, because of their transparency and small file size capabilities. Files can be created using a raster graphics editor. Many emoticon artists design their emoticons pixel by pixel. Some emoticons are made in vector format, such as SVG, and automatically processed using a graphics library. This allows SVG files to be automatically rendered as a GIF or PNG file, which is compatible with most browsers, which SVG is not. (Wikipedia).





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