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what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

a relatively brief discourse written especially as an exercise

the main part of a word to which affixes are attached

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the subject matter of a conversation or discussion

a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work

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an essay (especially one written as an assignment)

(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed

provide with a particular theme or motive

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Moreover, the theme comprises of features that enable merchants to have most advanced and responsive Odoo website.
Target Your Theme - Like a successful trial theme, your theme should target your toughest audience.
Fighting moral corruption, he added, is listed under social theme, and youth and civil security and peace sub-themes, he noted.
Crafting a central theme can often be an engaging and revelatory experience.
The iGoogle Themes API has been introduced by Internet search engine company Google, enabling user-generated iGoogle Themes.
While Los Angeles County reaps the royalties of tax revenue from Magic Mountain, the nearby city of Santa Clarita benefits by playing host to the theme park, a huge destination draw to the area.
The planning committee also said that it had met to respond to concerns raised about the theme but that it acknowledged that the theme "does indeed speak of the inclusivity of our church--inclusive of all people and all perspectives and points of view" which is "Anglicanism, after all.
Theme Four: Evidenced-Based Learning Curve The psychological impetus to adopt new evidence-based approaches to prevention does not grow simply out of the request for proposals, rather the two institutions in this case study described their campus efforts as having grown out of an existing knowledge and desire to use emerging evidence of efficacy in their campus efforts.
The themes do not provide legal excuses for the crimes but, rather, moral and ethical justifications.
The first theme emphasized a focus on the individual, or again, intervening on the case level.
Among the many reasons for having a theme line, one seems most compelling: Many of the people who need to form a connection with your camp's identity may not be visually oriented.
When using constructivist career counseling, the counselor would first encourage the client to tell stories that would illuminate the client's life theme (Savickas, 1995).
A good theme is like an advertising slogan; a great theme is like an advertising slogan that sticks with you long after the trial is over.